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Ghost Squadron: The Koenigsegg Owners With The World’s Fastest Production Car

Feb 27, 2020
driving a Koenigsegg is exciting and scary it's a violent

squadron

it's actually an Air Force

squadron

Koenig eggs are built in the facility where the

ghost

squadron used to reside you know when five or six conical eggs are together you know people mean oh look the

ghost

squad is moving around Geoffrey Chiang we call him mr. logistics will run back and forth says hey we're going to be late if you're not here by 10:00 a.m. m. we're leaving here you're gone everyone knows where it is you know what's right jeffrey is the organizer jeffrey is the master planner my first furry car was a datsun 200 s x it had a digital dash you know what it was Really cool for that time period and that was in the mid 80's I went from a 200SX to a 300 ZX.
ghost squadron the koenigsegg owners with the world s fastest production car
In fact I traded in that 300 ZX for a used Porsche 911 I even had an f40 and f50 a Celina 7 twin-turbo all very powerful known cars and the

koenigsegg

is different from all of them they were the first two

koenigsegg

s in southern california and stayed like this for several years until you know well the last couple of years the Internet Instagram King in this group is accidentally prey to the instigator Den and I have been friends for several years you know this is like that movie in the that you know the cowboys have their long jackets and you see that distance and that They're walking slow Geoffrey we're not that cool cool my first car was a 1964 bug it cost me $150 I think because it didn't work actually when i was able to race i didnt really have a seat so i used to milk the crate box i got to meet marc at a car show in 2017 young gentleman you know he looks older than he is he could be my third child in my family if you want to calculate age differences but first car was actually a 2013 dodge challenger srt8 my dad had a 1972 dodge challenger in beirut that was his first car all the bullet holes and slashes and i did a lot of research on the challenger and he became obsessed with that car after meeting Dan. that's when that friendship you know became dangerous because you know he gets you involved with all the mega cars now like high end Pagani and Konan and MacLaren and I started collecting Pagani too and recently got my Koenigsegg that you get used to the lifestyle of luxury when you're around p People like Dan Marc and Jeffrey I mean they have to do everything the best of the best you know the basketball player status mark said he's a down to earth person it's the symbolic patriarch, will tell us the stories of the old days. and that's what keeps the humor in the system.
ghost squadron the koenigsegg owners with the world s fastest production car

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We are all Jokers. I mean, it's a fun group to be around. Nobody takes themselves very seriously here and me. I bring a little color to the organization. My dad had a red Porsche 59 convertible with a black top and a roof rack in the back and that's my first memory of a car that really excited me my first real performance car was a Mustang a 67 Mustang with a 390 on it that car It was a lot of fun I drove it here and there to have fun with some cars I had a slanted 89 930 turbo convertible which was a lot of fun but my car payment was more than my house payment at the time and that didn't last long when we talked about hypercar that the CCX was my first of the things with those cars with the CCX with t The Agera, I've never really rolled to the ground on the throttle because there just isn't a place to do it. they're also great guys they're all entrepreneurs not too scared or much better I don't do this or I better not do that we all take risks and it's a great group to be around you know without Dan and Jeffrey I wouldn't have the car I just got the final edit of koenigsegg agera rs bader one of two those are the end of an era of the Giro RS era these final additions were very custom and will never be done again so that's an amazing experience to be able to say we own the last two cars that rolled off the assembly line.
ghost squadron the koenigsegg owners with the world s fastest production car
What is the name? They all have these names from Norse mythology because of Sweden and you know it's Thor, it's Ragnarok, it's Vader and me. think brand what's the name e your cargo has no name has to have a name I'm going great it's Ruthie and then they won't let it go now the other Koenigsegg would be the rege era and that was the first car delivered to the US we Lo they called cherry bomb because of the drokken color which is an Agera R, driving a Koenigsegg is really different than driving any other car, the engineering, the performance, the brutal speed, in a positive way it's a violent car.
ghost squadron the koenigsegg owners with the world s fastest production car
What is this and then you see eleven of them behind? you know yourself Know? Going through tunnels accelerating and bursting like crazy. g-forces go sideways and they know you're doing something evolution or nature didn't intend for your body to do exciting roller coaster scary those are the best possible descriptions he likes to play with you he likes to be scary going 200 miles per hour in this thing whether you're the passenger or the driver you get the same feeling of that free fall you know to go into a loop or drop where your heart sinks and just take off everyone goes how fast this car goes. tell you right how fast a stop is first then it will tell you that's the

fastest

you want to go when you hit a turn where you want to make sure you have the confidence to make that turn there's no other tire besides a Michelin it's amazing Seeing these cars all lined up to go there, land and see what if 10 Koenigseggs sitting there on the track was amazing, it didn't hurt that we had insides and outsides at the plate. vehicle you know the legend itself humble believable person i have to pinch myself i guess you know it's amazing in a lot of ways it will be at car shows or at events and you know if it's a 12 year old coming up and ask what it does to you think about making a car all the way to people who don't know anything about cars and he will never speak down, he will just explain and talk to them at a level they understand.
Christian wants his cars to be absolute performance monsters there will never be anything about a Koenigsegg that doesn't have a purpose and that was a quote directly from him so we should talk a bit about setting a

world

record in the desert and when I met Christian and I asked him what the top speed was. the Agera RS and he said 275 theoretical and I said ok YP a radical said because we don't have a place where we can race that car that we need we don't have a long enough straightaway or a safe enough track that we can actually test it for top speed that immediately It piqued my interest because I don't like to know what things I like to know how the

world

works I have a natural curiosity sprinting would never have been done unless it was Jeffrey Chang he was pushing the state of Nevada he was pushing people who can make it happen to the end point in one day says ok this is the date we will all go and break the record honestly even krishna said if we are really doing this from the start of nevada to vegas there is a stretch of road that has a straight line of about 11 miles, it is not flat but it is straight and the road surface is in very good condition and always We had previously talked about joking about how cool it would be to see how fast a Koenigsegg is.
I could go on this particular road and Mark was generous enough to offer his car to do this world record attempt because there was no way I was going to offer my car and I don't think Dan was ready to step up and offer the yours but you know there's a lot of risk involved I think there were three Koenigsegg guys and the two Michelin guys and they had to test them on an aircraft test machine because they don't make a passenger car machine that spins a tire at 300 miles per year. hour at 300 miles per hour or 270 that the tire valve, the valve stem, has a mass equivalent to about a hundred and seven pounds, maybe a blowout at those speeds or you know, I mean it would just be catastrophic, so we run three extra costs probably three more top speed runs on the same set of tires that was a monumental feat the tires performed excellently the single highlight would probably have for you this afternoon taking god knows how many scrambling sixes through the drive thru driveway and out it's fun and eating a double-double and some fries and a milkshake right on the wing of my car the exotics on cannery row is a phenomenal show just because it's open to the public what's so good about it it's really a car show on the go for a week and you have all kinds of cars and all kinds of car people in a great environment usually great weather you, so how can you go wrong well for me? he gets so excited to see him approaching it feels like he's at the zoo and the cages are all open I figured that's probably what the Beatles were feeling the crowds are just cheering and pushing and taking pictures and again for a lot of them they've heard talk about these cars they have never actually seen one of these kids or these people who are all social media is our generation X Y Z they don't have $800 to participate in the suffocation event nor do they have a hat to wear to the event like put some honey and see the bees come you know it's surreal i mean look at all these people they are only here because they love cars this is one of my highlights because this is the people show Oh I mean I've enjoyed it hanging out with a good bunch of guys driving the cars growing up you never thought you'd be here you know how to own these cars and you hear about the you see them about them but to actually own one of them and display it with 25,000 people i guess is really surreal it's unbelievable and it's unreal my lifelong business experience has taught me that if you're chasing a selfish outcome it's hard to get there if you you let go and look for ways to serve others that the universe is quite kind and rewarding and you just look for opportunities to serve and you say, okay, what assets, what resources do I have and how could I have blessed another person's life and give it a opportunity to someone who does not have so many opportunities. and so they really enjoy something and it motivates them to say one day, hey i want to own this, we've all been in that place at some point in our lives, there's a lot of people who hold back because no one has ever told them that they could do more if we can do something to help open that up and help people believe in their own abilities in their own capacity that's what brings me joy in life is seeing people succeed my goal is how can we turn this in a ssets that are there to do good for as many as we can you know its about giving back and helping where we can and we do the best we can with that we already had several charity events last year and we have more plan for this year we allows us to use our passion for something positive

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