Yesterday Matt Farah (of the thesmokingtire.com) and the 2010 Bullrun Rally rolled into Boulder Colorado, our hometown, with about 100 other Bullrunners.
The point of the Rally, at least if you watch Farah’s videos (see latest below) seems to be to:
a) see how big of an idiot you can be and not end up dead of alcohol poisoning.
b) see how big of an idiot you can be and not end up in jail for reckless driving.
c) sell as much Black Magic car cleaning product as possible and of course…
d) see how big of an idiot you can be behind the wheel!
Don’t believe us just watch the video below as Farah and the Bullrunners:
a) brag about getting drunk.
b) drive like crazy reckless hungover idiots from Omaha to Boulder.
c) try to sell Black Magic car cleaning Schwag.
d) brag about getting drunk and driving like crazy reckless hungover idiots.
Matt don’t get us wrong. We are car guys and we get the original Cannonball run. It was an underground cross-country outlaw road race put on by Brock Yates of Car and Driver fame after that stupid 55 mph law was imposed across the country. We still have daydreams of Dan Gurney’s winning Ferrari Daytona.
But unlike Bullrun they didn’t make videos, or try to sell products along the way, or get drunk, (at least not until they got to the West Coast) or completely sell out.
FYI: There’s nothing, brave, outlaw, underground, and/or cool about driving a crazy expensive car, and driving it recklessly across the country while getting drunk every night.
To all of you Bullrunners who managed to get ticketed driving 91-to-106mph on
All we need is some hungover Bozo in a Lamborghini plowing into our families at 100 mph as we head down I-70 for vacation.
If you really want to show how manly and brave you are why don’t you take all the restless horsepower and energy to Afghanistan.
How about a Bullrun Afghanistan?
Now that would really be outlaw, otherwise, please just get the…out of town!
Editor’s Note after reading comments:
a horrible bunch of mean-spirited, foul and vulgar cyber-bully
Thanks for proving our point.