The luxury coach business is booming. Discerning millionaires might chopper to work and take NetJets through flyover states, but nothing beats a tall, long-wheelbase coach for those short trips. Klassen, a luxury coachbuilder from Germany, knows this, and they’re very good at turning everyday transportation into ridiculously luxurious rolling VIP lounges.
Part of our budding bromance with grinning maniac Chris Harris stems from a shared hatred of the bullshit you go through when driving press cars. A few years back, Harris railed against King Bullshitter Ferrari and its insane attempts to control every aspect of Ferrari press car coverage.
Writing a "fastest Supra" blog is kinda like asking which of Mike Tyson's punches is the strongest, which of Kim Kardashian's butt cheeks is the roundest or which of Revvolution's team members are trying to look the coolest in shades (besides me). The answers? All of the above, of course. Yep, "fast Supra" is basically an oxymoron these days, so you really have to have something special to claim the "fastest import" title. And EKanoo Racing has something special—their Outlaw 10.5 Supra just ran an eye-popping 6.05 ET at 387 km/h (240 mph)!
I waltz down memory lane, while David Hauser in his GP2 Formula car rockets toward me.
It all went down a couple weeks after SS3, at Maryland International Raceway. Seems that the half-mile-spec GT-R wanted a piece of Jeff Bush’s 1G Talon drag car. Both are LLR machines, and both are 7-second capable—so it came down to how good Austin Oakes and Jeff Bush were behind the wheel.