And over here you can see the Automobilius Wreckus, more commonly known as the 'Moose.' It has been known to forage the wilderness of the northern hemisphere. It can commonly be seen on roadways, as we see here. Bears, Siberian tigers, packs of wolves and cougars are known predators, though they are all known to mainly hunt young moose calves rather than the adults.
Oh look, here comes Hoonus Asianisum, of the class Motormalia, family RWD. It and its close cousin commonly are preyed upon by curbs, streetlamps, walls and the rare, exotic McLaren beasts. They are known to be used as pets, though the cheaper Mustang (of the V6 genus) could have been had instead.
It looks here to be interested in the moose. This usually ends poorly for the Hoonus. It appears, however, that on this day the Hoonus Asianisum has surprised the moose and scored a rare win.
While our cameras managed to catch this rare victory, they were not rolling a moment later when the Hoonus drifted into a streetlamp and did not survive.
I laugh because that's what my little bro did to his first BRZ:
One down, MANY more to go. Good riddance, just hope your bro is okay.
Have you driven one?
They're absolutely fantastic. That one didn't make it to a track day (replacement will soon), but even at 8-9/10ths on the tail of the dragon it was great. The limit is incredibly easy to approach in this car, and it's very communicative.