Life was complicated a bit (but only a bit) by the Volvo C 30 group and a DGMR parking lot full of Buell motorcycles and the pickup trucks and trailers that hauled them in. I say "a bit" because the Volvo group was small-ish and the Buell riders were fast-ish.
More problematic was a fairly large Mazda 3 group that showed up unannounced and who liked to run hard, nose-to-tail. Much loud "tuner pipes" hooning, and much loud talk of hooning. Of course nobody says clubs have to announce their weekends, and some don't because they believe law enforcement would be less inclined to visit the Dragon. (We saw law enforcement on both days we were there. My own view is that LEO's are to be expected on weekends when the weather gets nice.)
|A couple of years ago, Killboy asked of the C 30 "'Is it OK to like Volvos now?" I guess it is, particularly if it's a|
2.5-liter turbo with 220 horsepower. The car looks better--way better-- in the flesh than in pictures.
|Being an ancien, I go all the way back to the 122 model with Volvo. It was rare to encounter a Volvo|
owner with a sense of humor, especially a sense of humor about cars. Another plus for C 30 owners.