2016 was trash. Just straight up, burning, smelly, rotten trash.
Somehow, in a span of one year, we had a massive “rapture of the arts” as many beloved entertainers, artists, athletes all passed away, many before their time. The western world decided that prejudice-driven hyper-nationalism was the “it” thing to vote into power by the boatload. Atrocities around the world were ignored on a global scale, or at least quickly forgotten. Toyota lost the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the final ten minutes of the race. Awful stuff like that just happened on a day-to-day basis this year. It’s bad.
Even in Super GT, a series that often brings nothing but positives year after year, there were stories that developed in 2016 that we’d like to leave behind us going into the new year… Continue reading Five not-so-great stories of the 2016 Super GT season