Satoshi's Review: The Hornet Successor (Sort Of)

Now, most of you may recall that I purchased a Honda 919 simply because insurance, parking and fuel happened. I also wanted something I can have fun with on the twisty roads down through Redondo Beach and Des Moines, Burien and Seattle. I was actually impressed with the Hornet's characteristics but I thought,… » 7/27/14 4:03pm 7/27/14 4:03pm

This, if you ask me, is what F1 needs more off..

Race long battle decided in the last few laps; as Valentino Rossi, Dani Pedrossa, and Marc Marquez battled for the lead. Dani's late mistake meant Rossi was able to steal away second place in the last lap, though he had been leading for almost half of it. During the victory lap, Rossi fake punched Marquez, and once… » 6/17/14 4:06pm 6/17/14 4:06pm

In case you missed some of the best racing this season; MotoGP 2014…

Lets start by recapping the MotoGP season thus far. Marquez came out victorious in the first race, again in the second race, third & fourth; pleaded the fifth to previous victories to take victory once again, won the sixth, and took Honda's 100 victory on home soil in a 7 streak win. Headline-wise this might sound… » 6/16/14 5:44pm 6/16/14 5:44pm

Finally! The 2015 Honda Fit Configurator is Live

I always loved the Honda Fit. There is just something endearing about the little compact; it has a JDM swagger unmatched by most cars it the class, say for maybe the Cube. You can cram a whole crap-load of stuff in the Fit and it is a hoot to drive in a classic "slow car fast" kind of way. I almost bought one, until… » 6/12/14 2:14pm 6/12/14 2:14pm

Worst Parts Price to Total Cost Ratio Repairs

This weekend I had the timingbelt, tensioner, and waterpump replaced on my 2010 Honda Pilot. $1100 later, the car drives great and I have peace of mind for the next 100k or so miles, but it still bothers me that the belt cost $73 (and this is Honda dealer pricing, so I know it's higher than it probably needed to be)… » 6/09/14 12:04pm 6/09/14 12:04pm