I suspect the preference comes down to the $200,000 price tag.don't get why Steve wanted the less powerful HSV when you can look awesome and drive fast in an Audi.
Anyway, the whole show was quite interesting. I like the Sportswagons and my god, that Audi really does go. The SIABSC was meh, so was the ad thing. The drifting looked really fun and reminded me of the TGUK series 1 when they got the Grannies doing donuts. The other drifting looked pretty funny too. And the Kia Soul is pretty much an appliance (lol R Soul), but at least made something different.
Geez 6 out of 10, you're a hard man to please.I gave it a 6/10. Better than last week but still falling short of that initial promise they showed in series 1.
As long as he's not there for cross-promotional purposes, or to flog a book or a DVD or something like that, he should be good value.Leisel Jones wasn't exactly compelling, but HG Nelson is on next week, so that should be funny.
I'm sure he'll be funny either way.As long as he's not there for cross-promotional purposes, or to flog a book or a DVD or something like that, he should be good value.
Well there was tonight's.Actually ... how many Stars In A Bog Standard Car have been on WITHOUT having either a connection to SBS or something to sell? The last one I recall was Mark Skaife
Well Colossimo was plugging a series on SBS at the time (Carla Cametti PD or something).I don't recall James Morrison, Shannon Noll, Steve Bisley, Vince Colossimo, Jack Thompson, James Courtney or Greg Murphy having any products to plug or connections to SBs at the time of their appearances.
Yoink!!8 for me, I liked this ep, no marketing plugs, enjoyable, good guest, good reviews. no complaints.