“That’s even having a car culture to begin with. But seriously, the KC neighborhood is surprisingly a city of car riders between CUVs and Altimas. Autocross occurs within city limits. If you want to do even more Autocross, the shops outside of KC are about an hour away. The track with track, 1/4 strip and slide is an hour away. There are all kinds of Car & Coffee events in a month, all in different places. Random encounter pop-ups don’t end with the deaths of bystanders.
“There is also this place called The Fuel House, which is basically a car themed club for paying members. There is a restaurant, cafe, bar, workshop, etc inside. People can store their cars in the facility for display. If you want to drive your expensive car, the staff will tow it for you before you arrive. Yes, it’s for the rich but they make it public in their monthly C&C. Beside The Fuel House, there are many places to park classic cars / exotic cars all over the metro area. More than any other city I’ve lived in.
“There were also quite a few vehicles discovered. From JDM, USDM, Euro, exotics, classics, replicas, sets and imports. KC is a city of McLaren. Since Ferrari is too tight on money to take money from the ‘farmers’, the rich here just buy McLarens. Though one can see a Lambo here and there.
“It’s a great city for car enthusiasts. The only thing missing is a long, winding road within an hour or 2 of the metro. There are zigzag routes, but they are short and often pull different paths together. But who needs that when you can just drive an auto or go to the racetrack? ”
Autocross, car detection, occasional zigzag roads and even a special club! Kansas sounds like a fun place.
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