Cars of the Year, Winners and Losers of the Year — ROAD TESTAMENT

MATT FARAH: This week on Road Testament– winners of the year, losers of the year, bike of the year, car of the year, and the beater of the year Is that good? MIKE MUSTO: That works MATT FARAH: Jamie, Mike, Wes, Larry, Farah on Road Testament Follow us on Twitter @drive Flip the switch, follow us on Facebook slash drivetv You may notice Chris Harris, Leo, Mike Spinelli, and JF are not here They’re not team players We are here So let’s get into this The winners of 2012, we basically– well, Spinelli, who is not here because he’s not a team player– sent out a questionnaire for us to choose our favorite cars, biggest winners, biggest losers, car of the year, predictions for 2013 It was a whole mess of stuff So winner– MIKE MUSTO: Porsche MATT FARAH: Mike Musto and JF– Porsche Boxster MIKE MUSTO: Everything, I think, in the forthcoming Porsche lineup is a winner They’ve just reinvented the whole brand and I think it’s fantastic And they don’t make a bad car MATT FARAH: They don’t make bad cars That’s true But their sports cars are kind of polarizing now Richard Hammond drove the new 991 and then immediately bought a 997 So people don’t like the electric steering I dig the Boxster though MIKE MUSTO: I like the Boxster Driven a Boxster yet? LARRY KOSILLA: No, I haven’t MATT FARAH: Driven it? WES SILER: I don’t drive cars anymore MATT FARAH: You don’t drive cars anymore? WES SILER: Yeah, there’s one problem with the Porsche brand, right? You look like that guy if you drive one MATT FARAH: This guy? Are you telling me Daniel Baldwin doesn’t look good driving this car? [LAUGHTER] MATT FARAH: Still, you can now, I think, be a man and drive this car MIKE MUSTO: For the first time you can be a guy and drive a Boxster and still feel like you have your junk intact MATT FARAH: It’s funny, the problem with the Boxster is they were always kind of cool MIKE MUSTO: And they were always good MATT FARAH: Fun to drive MIKE MUSTO: But now, I think that Porsche updated the looks enough, so it has that kind of aggression to the front end MATT FARAH: That’s a man car And as voted by several people, including me, SRT bringing back the Viper– more power, with traction control, doesn’t want to kill you, looks awesome, especially in that color, big meaty tires, stick shift, good interior What’s not to like? MIKE MUSTO: But didn’t they just post that the Zero 1 beat the Viper around– MATT FARAH: Yeah, and then Ralph Gilles basically said, well, Randy Pope isn’t a very good driver WES SILER: Ralph Gilles is like the baddest ass car executive ever MIKE MUSTO: Well, he has to be WES SILER: He makes that car MATT FARAH: Yeah He makes that car And he sent Marco and John to race us at one point And those guys were cool Next winner– Ian, hit it up Bikes WES SILER: CRF250L, right? MATT FARAH: I don’t know anything about this bike WES SILER: This thing costs $4,500 It’s a dual sport It goes off-road and on It can go anywhere any dirt bike can go off road It’s really fun to ride on road And it gets, like, 74 miles per gallon $4,500! MATT FARAH: That’s pretty awesome MIKE MUSTO: That’s pretty good, yeah WES SILER: $4,500 It’s awesome MATT FARAH: Honda’s motorcycle game is pretty tight these days WES SILER: Honda has the tightest motorcycle game there is right now All their new products are cheaper than ever, and better than ever, and get great fuel economy And they’re all super versatile and practical You can ride all them all day CRF250L, CBR250R, NC700X, CB500, CBR500, CB500X– they’re all just epically– MATT FARAH: Tim, that’s my password WES SILER: –epically good motorcycles that are super cheap MIKE MUSTO: Would this bike work for, say, a beginner up to somebody like my size? WES SILER: Yes JAMIE ROBINSON: Honestly, it is a great beginner bike Honestly, it really is And you can go far with it, in terms of the level as well It’s not just for beginners But it’s a great bike to start MIKE MUSTO: I like forgiving motorcycles That looks like a forgiving motorcycle Because I suck at riding And that’s probably why MATT FARAH: Let’s hit the next one, Ian What have we got? Oh, yes, motorcycle racing JAMIE ROBINSON: Max Biaggi, yeah He’s been in the World Championship for many, many years Valentino Rossi knocked him off his perch in MotoGP Went over to World Superbike He’s retired now He’s like 42 And he just won the World Superbike Championship MATT FARAH: And then retired the next day, right? JAMIE ROBINSON: It was an amazing championship MATT FARAH: It’s a boss move It’s super boss Of course it is JAMIE ROBINSON: The RSV4 Aprilia there is one hell of a machine MATT FARAH: Yeah, Wes knows that bike well, having dropped one WES SILER: Having totalled it MATT FARAH: No, to retire at the top of your game– WES SILER: That’s the way to go out MATT FARAH: Hopefully he doesn’t screw it up and come back like Schumacher WES SILER: He’s not MATT FARAH: Well, 42 is pretty old to be racing motorcycles JAMIE ROBINSON: Yeah, and he’s one of the few riders that’s been right up there in the top of the World Championship, fighting for the World Championship, year in, year out MATT FARAH: Happy retirement, Max JAMIE ROBINSON: Good on him MATT FARAH: Next winner– America! WES SILER: Circuit of the Americas MATT FARAH: America’s a winner because we have a Formula 1 racetrack now MIKE MUSTO: It’s awesome MATT FARAH: Look at just this picture– the elevation– look how far down this is MIKE MUSTO: Thaddeus and I drove this track MATT FARAH: It’s ridiculous, right? MIKE MUSTO: And it’s awesome MATT FARAH: The on-board footage that I’ve been seeing– I haven’t got to drive it yet But it looks amazing MIKE MUSTO: It’s spectacular they’re going to start opening this up for track clubs and what not

MATT FARAH: Thank god MIKE MUSTO: So, I know in March I’ll be down there for a three training session MATT FARAH: I will totally go to Austin and drive this track all day, they get the Vettel GT MIKE MUSTO: The biggest thing that they need is the surrounding areas need to bulk up, as far as hotels and things like that Because if you go down there, there’s no place to stay MATT FARAH: Well, isn’t Austin like 20 miles? MIKE MUSTO: Well, it’s a little farther than that Yeah, it’s pretty far MATT FARAH: Well, I’m sure they’ll get it This is a bad-ass race track MIKE MUSTO: The best is when you drive up on the right hand side, for anybody who ever goes there, there are two houses completely full of junk and rednecks They just sit out there and watch everybody come up WES SILER: That’s awesome MIKE MUSTO: Yes, it’s outstanding MATT FARAH: That’s brilliant WES SILER: MotoGP is here next year We’re going to be there JAMIE ROBINSON: Oh, absolutely WES SILER: Yeah, absolutely Yeah MATT FARAH: Extremely awesome JAMIE ROBINSON: It’s going to be a great motorcycle track as well MATT FARAH: So that’s our collective bargaining agreement of winners right there for 2012 I think we move onto the losers– Honda MIKE MUSTO: Not OK MATT FARAH: Honda, they had a rough one They had a rough year But not only do they have this thing, which sucks, they had to redesign their Civic after one year MIKE MUSTO: They didn’t really redesign the Civic when they said they redesigned it MATT FARAH: JF submitted Honda, and I sort of agree with him Remember in 2001, when Hondas were awesome? WES SILER: That’s what they say 10 years ago, as car journalists, anytime anybody asks us for a car recommendation, you either said Honda Civic or Honda Accord You just did it MATT FARAH: It was just the move And now it’s Hyundai WES SILER: And now it’s Hyundai Automatically– what car should I buy? Hyundai MIKE MUSTO: Hyundai MATT FARAH: Hyundai And I just raced the 1999 Honda Civic in LeMons And it was awesome It was awesome It weighed nothing I ran at 7,500 RPM, six times a lap, for literally 300 laps And it was just no problem It was great It was really fun, and I really wish they would put an SI gas engine in this– MIKE MUSTO: They won’t MATT FARAH: –and just call it a day But they won’t Fail Next Uh Remember my Mini? I had a 2006 John Cooper Works Mini, and it was awesome It was so fun We could fit in it great Now, why hasn’t Mini added any horsepower to their cars in the last 10 years? MIKE MUSTO: I don’t think there’s any room MATT FARAH: Like, the John Cooper Works version of this thing, is 208 horsepower That is such a sorry number WES SILER: How much does that car weigh? MIKE MUSTO: That one is at least, probably, 3,200 pounds WES SILER: A 3,200 pound car called a Mini? LARRY KOSILLA: They just keep getting bigger MATT FARAH: They keep getting bigger MIKE MUSTO: Well, the problem is, they tap the handling to be so good and so good And you do see a lot of these guys at track days MATT FARAH: Not with Countryman You’ve seen a Countryman at a track day? MIKE MUSTO: Oh yeah, I’ve seen a couple out there They’re out there And the problem with these cars is that– it goes back to the power They handle pretty well But then as soon as you get on any type of a straight away, anything– the only thing that’s not killing those is Miyatas That’s it Everything else is just kicking [INAUDIBLE] MATT FARAH: We had to John Cooper Works coupe one, the really small– MIKE MUSTO: That’s not bad MATT FARAH: –baseball cap one And at a straightaway at Auto Club Speedway, the Focus ST smoked it, and cost $13,000 less MIKE MUSTO: The Cooper Mini, the coupe, the baseball hat one, that’s $38,000 MATT FARAH: It’s insane WES SILER: Wow MIKE MUSTO: That’s a big nut for what amounts to a little– MATT FARAH: I paid $36,000 for my John Cooper Works Mini, which was a lot And I actually thought it was worth it at the time And it was I got a lot of fun times out of that car But they’re sort of like what Subaru is doing They haven’t really gone anywhere MIKE MUSTO: They need to reinvent now MATT FARAH: They need big bigger engines, or bigger turbos, whatever it is they do So Mini get your horsepower game in check ‘Cause this thing ain’t fast enough for what it looks like Next Harley Davidson Jamie, would you like– JAMIE ROBINSON: I’m just quite disappointed that they don’t come out with a new motorcycle and just change the game up Because they can, and they used to MATT FARAH: Didn’t Harley make a sport bike in the ’70s? [INTERPOSING VOICES] JAMIE ROBINSON: I know that they’re all about cruisers and stuff But all I see is they’re just not changing much at all And it’s such a shame There’s a huge brand right there MATT FARAH: He’s really trying hard to not to– [INTERPOSING VOICES] WES SILER: A very smart person said to me the other day that really resonated He said the sound of a Harley Davidson is the sound of America dying MATT FARAH: That’s sad MIKE MUSTO: What, is Buell coming back? WES SILER: Eric Buell is no longer associated with Harley in any way He has his own brands It’s very small They’re based in a garage in East Troy, Wisconsin They will never sell volume bikes again He makes a very high end race bike MATT FARAH: But his bike looks really cool WES SILER: It’s really great MATT FARAH: The most telling thing about Harley Davidson is that when I was looking for photos for this, I just typed into Google “2013 Harley Davidson.” And then I typed in “1995 Harley Davidson.” MIKE MUSTO: Exactly the same? MATT FARAH: And the pictures look exactly the same This is a 2013

What about this says 2013? MIKE MUSTO: Those lights MATT FARAH: Oh, yeah, the little V bulb WES SILER: Those are heinous MATT FARAH: And they look really awful All right, enough trash talk WES SILER: Get that thing off our screen MATT FARAH: Yeah, go BMW I didn’t like– LARRY KOSILLA: Didn’t they pump in the sound? MIKE MUSTO: Everything is just flat MATT FARAH: I didn’t really like the new M5 MIKE MUSTO: Their whole thing is flat Their entire model year is flat MATT FARAH: Is it me or are BMW and AMG switched? MIKE MUSTO: A little bit now, yeah Totally Totally MATT FARAH: AMGs are exciting and loud and fun and involving And these are sort of muted MIKE MUSTO: Well, if you go back to early ’90s up through mid 2000s, anything with an M badge was fantastic, and a genuinely fantastic automobile MATT FARAH: You had an E39 M5, which was awesome MIKE MUSTO: Yeah, it was a great car But even the M3s, they were all great Now, they’re kind of big muted boxes MATT FARAH: The exhaust thing really pisses me LARRY KOSILLA: The moment I did that, and pumping the exhaust through the radio– MATT FARAH: And honestly, when you’re driving it, you really can’t tell the difference You don’t notice But just the fact that it’s there MIKE MUSTO: You don’t do that, dude Not in a performance car MATT FARAH: And it’s fast, but they’re not particularly exciting to drive LARRY KOSILLA: It’s like turn the exhaust up MATT FARAH: We have X5M, and I actually thought that was more fun than the M5 MIKE MUSTO: Absolutely MATT FARAH: Because that thing does things that SUVs shouldn’t be doing MIKE MUSTO: Well, physics It really defies physics MATT FARAH: It defies physics Whereas this is like, it just kind is MIKE MUSTO: Well, that doesn’t look exciting to me If I’m going to spend all that money on something with an M badge that has 500-plus horsepower, I want to pull up someplace and have people go, that’s something different That’s something unique that is special MATT FARAH: Which actually the AMG cars do that MIKE MUSTO: They look special MATT FARAH: Not so much Sorry, BMW I like you, but– OK, now, Ferrari This is not a knock against California I put this on here Ferrari are not losers Ferrari customers are losers Because Ferrari will sell you one of these with a manual transmission And they sold two of them this year– a total of two stick shift cars And it’s not even Ferarri’s fault The customers aren’t ordering them And their customers suck a fat [BLEEP] WES SILER: There you go MIKE MUSTO: Really nothing more can be said about that Seriously Ferrari customers, [BLEEP] MATT FARAH: I just this in here, because who would want to buy this car? That’s really it I see very few redeeming qualities about the Mitsubishi Outlander MIKE MUSTO: Brand? MATT FARAH: The brand as a whole Even the Evo, which could be good– MIKE MUSTO: Is not MATT FARAH: –isn’t MIKE MUSTO: It was good seven years MATT FARAH: Just like Honda Next Forget the Outlander Oh, poor Saab The problem with Saab is that this car was really pretty, actually You ever see one of these in person? MIKE MUSTO: It’s a nice looking car WES SILER: I drove one in Sweden And it was actually a really nice car MATT FARAH: It was kind of nice, right? WES SILER: It was fun, yeah MATT FARAH: And I feel like if they had just a little more money and just a little more time, Jason Castriota would have got his new 9-3 in there He said he would send me the drawings for that, by the way, now that they’re out of business And I think the world is a better place for having Saabs in it MIKE MUSTO: Well, Saabs were always good cars And it was a very niche car The owners were always quirky You were like a college professor, or like a doctor, or something like that MATT FARAH: Back in the day they were fun to drive, like those– [INTERPOSING VOICES] MIKE MUSTO: I’d like to have a Saab I used to have one It was a fantastic car LARRY KOSILLA: –was crazy about Saab MIKE MUSTO: Ian’s got two of them MATT FARAH: Ian and his girlfriend both have Viggens I’ve only seen, like, three of them my whole life And they have two of them He’s corning the market on Viggens But I will miss Saab I wish they had a little more time and a little more money And next biggest loser– Wes’s disgusting arm So gross MIKE MUSTO: That’s crazy Terminator stuff Next picture WES SILER: Yeah, next picture MATT FARAH: Next picture Oh, that’s disgusting! WES SILER: That’s my left knee That hole was two inches deep That’s my left arm after it was sewn up MIKE MUSTO: That looks like something– LARRY KOSILLA: Scarier part is your feet Look at those things JAMIE ROBINSON: Yeah, what kind of foot is that? MIKE MUSTO: What’s up with your toes? What’s that toe? WES SILER: I’ve got weird toes JAMIE ROBINSON: Your middle toe is the longest one MATT FARAH: Keep going Keep going WES SILER: There’s more photos here MATT FARAH: No! MIKE MUSTO: No! WES SILER: That’s my butt MIKE MUSTO: We’re going to get so much hate mail for showing his ass WES SILER: This is how I ride to the emergency room I crashed an Aprilia RSV4, which I’m very sorry about, guys And I slid down the road in a pair of jeans You should always wear proper motorcycle gear I was wearing everything, but I was wearing jeans MIKE MUSTO: You had to pick him up? WES SILER: I suffered some abrasion-related injuries to my posterior MATT FARAH: Wes’s entire body qualifies as the biggest loser of 2012 Horrible That is terrible We had some predictions for 2013 that were submitted Let’s see the first one The first one was from JF, and that was that everybody will want the A45 AMG MIKE MUSTO: What the hell is that? MATT FARAH: It’s the new A class MIKE MUSTO: It’s like a more ugly 1 Series MATT FARAH: Yeah, but it’s got a turbo in it and all-wheel drive and it’s going to be fast And I think it’ll be neat It’ll be cool That’s really our only prediction Continue Oh, yeah, and then Mike said that diesel was going to– MIKE MUSTO: Yeah, I think diesel, little by little, it’s

really starting to catch on MATT FARAH: I love the diesel MIKE MUSTO: And the hybrids– I think people are finally realizing that hybrids are just not as good as everybody says they are MATT FARAH: They’re not MIKE MUSTO: And they’re realizing that diesel is actually the smarter, more intelligent way go, if you want a car with mileage and reliability MATT FARAH: Jamie comes from a country where it’s predominantly diesel MIKE MUSTO: Diesel MATT FARAH: And is it a “grass is greener on the other side” thing, or you think diesel is the way to go? JAMIE ROBINSON: Well, honestly, loads of people run diesel vehicles over in the UK, and there’s no problems at all MATT FARAH: But Jeremy Clarkson bitches about them like they’re terrible, but they’re really not JAMIE ROBINSON: He bitches about everything MIKE MUSTO: He’s kind of a [BLEEP] WES SILER: For the way Americans drive, how many people do we know that aren’t car people that are afraid to floor their throttles– that’s bad for the car– or afraid to rev their engine because it’s bad for the car? That’s what diesel excels at is their small throttle opening, that low rev, just squeeze it a little bit, accelerates onto the highway JAMIE ROBINSON: More to talk MATT FARAH: My mom has a diesel Q7 And it is fantastic Every time I come to New York, instead of getting a press car or something, I just grab her Q7 It’s awesome MIKE MUSTO: Don’t go out and buy a Prius Go out and buy a Jetta TDI You know what I mean? MATT FARAH: And Audi’s basically bringing their entire lineup– is going to be diesel JAMIE ROBINSON: Which is fantastic MIKE MUSTO: BMW is too They’re bringing a lot of vehicles in, too, which is good JAMIE ROBINSON: The problem is getting diesel here, though You have to go into a truck stop and stuff WES SILER: No, you don’t MIKE MUSTO: No, no WES SILER: It’s at every gas station now MIKE MUSTO: It’s not bad anymore MATT FARAH: People say that, but 80% of stations sell diesel MIKE MUSTO: It’s not that bad MATT FARAH: It’s really not bad JAMIE ROBINSON: I take that back then MATT FARAH: It’s not bad I think diesel’s going to be good What do you have next on my list? I believe next– ah, the motorcycle of the year, which will be presented– WES SILER: Take that one, Jamie JAMIE ROBINSON: The Panigale– it is amazing Not only stunning to look at, but it’s an awesome ride It really is I actually thought it wasn’t going to be as good as it was MATT FARAH: Why did you think it was not going to be good? WES SILER: Too much hype JAMIE ROBINSON: It just looked too perfect So I was like, well, there’s got to be some flaws with it And then I rode it, and I was just amazed MATT FARAH: Does it make that awesome clutch noise that Ducatis make? [INTERPOSING VOICES] WES SILER: It has a wet clutch, so no more tambourine [TAMBOURINE NOISE] [INTERPOSING VOICES] JAMIE ROBINSON: Ducati motorcycle, the engine noise is just phenomenal as well And that thing is a bullet It’s so quick MATT FARAH: What does it weigh? JAMIE ROBINSON: Not a lot MATT FARAH: Like nothing, right? MIKE MUSTO: Less than you and I put together MATT FARAH: And what do they cost? What’s a Panigale cost? WES SILER: It starts about– JAMIE ROBINSON: Around $25,000 WES SILER: It’s about $20,000, then you go up to $25,000 if you want Olen suspension on it MATT FARAH: Oh, you can get Olens on it? That’s cool I like that JAMIE ROBINSON: I mean, honestly. it comes with top-notch components MATT FARAH: And it smoked Chris Harris, who was driving [INAUDIBLE] JAMIE ROBINSON: Brembo brakes all that WES SILER: The entire concept that a car can ever be faster than a motorcycle is just retarded MIKE MUSTO: Well, it used to be though It used to be, back in the ’80s, I mean– WES SILER: Motorcycles– it’s just math It’s power to weight MATT FARAH: Just power to weight It’s tough to beat a motorcycle JAMIE ROBINSON: And imagine how big the roads are for us You get in one of these big modern cars, and you’re going around a corner, and you have to be careful to stay in your lane And we’re like, we got that much space MATT FARAH: It’s a bad-ass bike I’m afraid of it I don’t want to ride it I don’t want to be part of that bike WES SILER: Well, you’re going to ride in the back, aren’t you? MATT FARAH: Big surprise Big surprise JAMIE ROBINSON: He wouldn’t get on the back No way, that seat’s too small MATT FARAH: We’re going to do it We’re going to get on back I’m going to wear a thong It’s going to be amazing We’re going to look just like a rap video It has to be like a 2001 GSXR 750, wooden suspension WES SILER: Would you get your ass waxed first? MATT FARAH: Yes It’ll be delicious It’ll look just like your ass after [INAUDIBLE] Big surprise, we voted unanimously, pretty much– the FRS BRZ, car of the year It’s the most boring car of the year MIKE MUSTO: But it makes sense MATT FARAH: Of course it makes sense It’s so obvious MIKE MUSTO: It’s the first car that I think brings people back to the soul of driving It’s like a 240Z, when they first came out Front engine, rear-wheel drive, fun enough to go out and learn how to drive quicker, makes you a better driver MATT FARAH: And drifting, which is probably the hardest and most rewarding thing you can do in a car– this is a great car to learn that Not only because it’s light and it’s fun and easy to drift, but because you can drift for multiple days on one set of tires MIKE MUSTO: On Prius tires? MATT FARAH: On Prius tires They’re cheap to replace I went through eight sets of tires in a day drifting a Corvette Whereas all day on this– same tires, drove home, no problem It’s pretty awesome LARRY KOSILLA: The fact that two companies came together, that’s pretty nice MIKE MUSTO: Well, it’s a good car, too It really is MATT FARAH: It is a good car And when the turbo ones come out– MIKE MUSTO: It’ll be better MATT FARAH: –it’ll be better I just drove a turbo one for Tuned Tuned, coming soon And we’re going to finish this off before we get out of here and go to important meetings and things Mike and I, in 2012, purchased beaters MIKE MUSTO: We did MATT FARAH: And so we’re going to let you guys decide the Beater of the Year, or the Beat Off, as it were Who bought the better beater? So up first in the beater challenge, the battle wagon MIKE MUSTO: Yes, this is the 1992 Chevrolet Caprice, powered by a L05 V8 that makes a whopping 180 horsepower MATT FARAH: That’s 5.7 liters MIKE MUSTO: 5.7 liters MATT FARAH: 180 horsepower MIKE MUSTO: But it does have a 323 gearing in the rear, and an awesome tail gunner seat that we use for filming So when the back falls down, Big Thad’s in the back with the camera doing our thing And it’s got the suspension, which is about equivalent to

an ocean liner MATT FARAH: It is very wafty MIKE MUSTO: It is But we put 8,000 miles on that car in five months, and that thing has never missed a beat MATT FARAH: Well, it was a total grandma car MIKE MUSTO: It was literally a grandma car And the thing has never missed a beat It gets 400 mile range out of a tank It’s rock star status MATT FARAH: It’s rock star It’s so awesome that when Chris Harris came on the podcast, he went home going, I’m buying one He’s literally trying to buy a Caprice wagon in the UK right now WES SILER: My god MATT FARAH: I don’t know if it’s right- or left-hand drive MIKE MUSTO: Ensign, those are all left-hand MATT FARAH: Well, we don’t know, because he’s not here because he’s not a team player MIKE MUSTO: That’s true MATT FARAH: And of course, my beater Boom! 1993 Mercedes S600 MIKE MUSTO: Is the bumper hanging off there? MATT FARAH: No No, it’s chrome There’s a chrome piece there It’s an optical illusion MIKE MUSTO: Ah, all right MATT FARAH: It looks like the bumpers coming off It’s not There’s chrome there MIKE MUSTO: OK MATT FARAH: S600, V12, armor-plated, bulletproof It’s bulletproof Because I spent, on Road Testament, like a month ago with Alex Roy, saying, don’t ever buy one of these And now I have one Original MSRP was $140,000-plus I paid $2,500 for it It has 192,000 miles on it, 6 liter V12, 385 horsepower, and it has an option that I have only ever seen in this car, which is a power-operated center mirror MIKE MUSTO: We need to run a series of challenges MATT FARAH: We will have a series of challenges MIKE MUSTO: Between the battle wagon and the Benz MATT FARAH: Suffice to say, there is a reason I went for the bulletproof one It was owned by a rapper before me, who goes by Big Bird Mafia I swear to god I swear to god And actually, other than a couple little things, it’s actually in really good shape So leave a comment Who bought the better beater, Musto or I? You buy a beater this year? LARRY KOSILLA: Nope MATT FARAH: I wish we had a picture of your car MIKE MUSTO: Larry, beater bike? LARRY KOSILLA: 103,000 miles on it MATT FARAH: Larry’s Impala SS MIKE MUSTO: If you want the Caprice space, give me a call MATT FARAH: So that’s Road Testament Let’s thank everyone who’s here and shame everyone who’s not here I was here first, waiting for all you [BLEEP] MIKE MUSTO: No, we were at Cassie’s Deli eating pastrami MATT FARAH: I hate you all See you guys in 2013 We out