My good friend Jeremy Clarkson has a way with words. (I liked him on Facebook, which means we’re friends, right?)
Here’s a status he so eloquently posted yesterday on his fan page:
Supercars appeal to the small boy in us all. We may hate the bastards who have them and we may know they make no sense at all, but that doesn’t stop us wanting one.
Well, we only hate the people who have them when they don’t appreciate them or have the skill to drive them. For those people, the car is nothing more than a symbol of success. For others, though, the supercar is owned because of a true passion for the design, engineering and performance behind the car.
Both types of people have made the news over the last couple of days.