This has to be the best outcome in a situation like this. A motorcyclist is cruising down the road and an SUV pulls out in front of him, you expect for some serious road rage as the bike stops and turns around to head back toward the SUV.
The motorcyclist stops a few feet away from the SUV where the driver is getting out. When the SUV driver gets over to the motorcyclist instead of yelling, he asks if he's okay. He apologizes several times to which the motorcyclist accepts and admits he might have been going too fast and that he was sorry as well. That's right. A double apology. No flying fists or curse words involved. And no, these guys are not from Canada. Close though, Minnesota. Check out the whole video on PowerNationTV.com
This week Katie has two gorgeous rides that best represent the quality and variety you’ll see at the Summit Racing Show Car Series. Former General Manager of the ISCA Bob Millard will be her guest to talk about the 28 car shows in the series. The International Car Show Association (ISCA) is the sanctioning body behind the series. Owners from all over the U.S. and Canada compete for the title of Grand Champion.
In the studio is a 1939 Ford Coupe owned by Bob’s wife Sandy. It’s got a small block Chevy 350 bored over to 355, custom paint, custom interior and a slick BASF “red” wrap. The second car belongs to Megan Tracy and is a show-stopping 1970 Camaro RS. It’s powered by a Chevy 350 making 385 horsepower and features custom interior and custom wheels.