MoneyCJ, the motion picture

Posted by Iannucci | 7/26/2007 | 8 comments »
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"Where do you go when you are already on the edge?"

( the Indy Racing Experience, of course. Duh!)


  1. Anonymous // July 26, 2007 10:41 AM  

    It's amusing how slow that looked. I'm so used to see cars going much faster that it looks like he was crawling along, but he was doing what--130 or 140 mph.

  2. Anonymous // July 26, 2007 10:49 AM  

    Mutt, they looked a lot faster in person (but certainly nowhere near what it looks like when the pros run). I too noticed how slow it looks in the footage--could have something do do w the video guy working his lens to try and keep the cars in frame for as long as possible...not sure...

  3. Anonymous // July 26, 2007 11:09 AM  

    They do tend to look considerably faster when the camera is stationary. Looked like a hell of a lot of fun though.

  4. Anonymous // July 26, 2007 11:20 AM  

    you have no idea, dude. Worth every cent and the people who run are exceptionally cool.

  5. pressdog // July 26, 2007 11:35 AM  

    Money could have gone faster, but the pace car was clearly blocking him. Where's the IHJ when you need him. Also, I heard Money had just gotten the weight jacker and roll bars adjusted so he could put down an Arie Luyendyk-esque lap and they called him in. Haters! So he flat-spotted their precious tires just to show them. That's the world on the street, anyway.

  6. Anonymous // July 26, 2007 5:18 PM  

    OH yeah! I'm putting this on my "to do" list.

    The price isn't bad at all. That's cheap at twice the price.

    I have a birthday coming up. :P

  7. Puretone Audio // July 26, 2007 7:59 PM  

    Money CJ to replace Milka in the Citgo car with associate sponsorship from Rage Against the Machine?

    Robin Miller told me this might be the case...

    Money to get Che Guevara painted on his helmet justincase

  8. Anonymous // July 27, 2007 8:03 AM  

    To Dale Nixon and Ms. Kitty: NICE! Just picture Money turnin' laps, gettin' around Fisher and Carpenter, and all to the tune of Bulls on Parade.