The Smoking Tire
Episode 125

Turbos, Bitcoins and Rallying

Chris Hayes published on

This week we take a bit more of a relaxed approach to podcasting couchside at Chris' house.  We dicscuss the reviews of All Cars Go To Heaven, filming with Joe Rogan and his Sharkwerks 911 GT3, Ferrari's moves into turbocharging, Aston Martin's engine collaboration with Mercedes, the basics of Bitcoins, Rally North American, legalized marijuana, and Zack revies the new Volkswagen GTI.

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The Smoking Tire - Turbos, Bitcoins and Rallying
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4 Comments
  • Cheyne Etie

    YES! Love it when the Forza guys come in for podcasts. Make it happen.

  • Chris Hayes

    It's in the works, and we'll be meeting up with them at E3 next week.

  • Noah B

    Nice episode. I would like to tell Matt, the "6L V12" in the Vanquish/V12V/DB9/etc. is actually only 5.934L, because since it's 2 little duratecs both displacing 2.967L it adds up a bit under :P

  • Erik C

    There must have been wrong with that mk1 GTI. It may not be the fastest or best handling car in the world, but assuming it's been maintained a Rabbit GTI is still a quick, fun, and responsive little car. They're not as fast as new hot hatches, but from my experience mk1's and mk2's are not unlike old Miatas, E30's, CRX's, or AE86's. They're probably over-hyped by the message board brigade, but they're still quick and they do respond incredibly well to modification.