What do we do?
Hi, I'm Gavin. I'll make this quick...we build fast cars, we race fast cars, we break fast cars, and then try to fix 'em.
In between all of that, it's mostly just a bunch of shenanigans amongst our group of friends. Just a bunch of car guys trying to go faster and faster, and have a damn good time doing it.
We also giveaway cars.
We're all about stick-shift cars on this channel. We love the aspect of it, we love the feeling of driving manual cars, and we're sad that they're a dying breed.
We started giving away manual cars a few years ago to some of our supporters, through a series of "Save The Manuals" giveaways. We wanted to give other people the chance to experience what cars like that feel like--a chance some people may never get.
After recent events, we realized that modified cars, and even the ability to modify YOUR OWN CAR, are in danger thanks to new, tighter restrictions being enforced by the EPA-doesn't matter if you want to turn your personal property into a drag monster that's built only for the track. Ridiculous right? We agree.
A few organizations and other creators on the internet are trying to do something about it, by pushing and promoting the RPM Act.
What is the RPM Act? Well, from SEMA: "The RPM Act of 2021 (H.R. 3281), is common-sense, bi-partisan legislation to protect Americans' right to convert street vehicles into dedicated racecars and the motorsports-parts industry's ability to sell products that enable racers to compete."
We stand for this, and we want to do our part. Aside from promoting this on YouTube, we're shifting the direction and goal of our giveaways. Manual cars may be an endangered species, but now things are getting a little more serious--ALL RACECARS now have a target on their back. If we're going to get people's attention from what we're doing, we want them to be aware of what's going on, and what they can do about it.
Learn more about the RPM Act on SEMA's site here: