“Who’s driving this car, Stevie Wonder?”

 

Bruce Willis

“I was lucky I survived the motorcycle accident because I – bike went under the car. I flew out about 20 or 25 feet. I didn’t have a helmet on. I hit my head on the pavement and knocked myself out, gave myself a brain concussion, screwed up my left leg. And I was – I was lucky then that I didn’t get killed because I didn’t have any protective clothing on whatsoever. And I took a pretty good beating. But, yeah, such was the nature of the day when the barber was called and Samson’s locks were trimmed.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I found the key to the universe in the engine of an old parked car.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“You ride in a limousine the first time, it’s a big thrill but after that it’s just a stupid car.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“My father earned every penny he had, and I would have loved to have bought him a Rolls-Royce because his whole life was cars. Sadly, he didn’t live to see the day when I could have done that for him, which still hurts.”

 

Bruce Forsyth

“Real Men no longer drive Corvettes. Despite being able to squander gas with the best of them, even today’s least enlightened Real Man finds the notion of a $17,000 plastic car with no trunk somewhat absurd.”

 

Bruce Feirstein

“I compare it to being in a car accident. There’s so much adrenaline rushing through you that you remember being in the accident but you don’t remember any of the details.”

Brooke Langton

“It’s one of those scenarios you feel will never happen to you. Nobody thinks they’re going to be the one, whatever, to get in a car wreck to have their, you know, their kids killed in a plane crash, whatever, you don’t think those things are going to happen to you. And I didn’t think that I’d be traded. So.”

Bronson Arroyo

“While greenies and their media flunkies continue to savage the gasoline-powered internal-combustion engine and rhapsodize about hybrids, hydrogen, electrics, natural gas, propane, nuclear, and God-knows-what-other panaceas, perhaps including bovine urine, there are no realistic, economically viable alternatives. None. Zero. Like it or not, as long as we remain dependent on the private automobile for transportation (roughly 80 percent of all movement in the nation is by car), we are harnessed to the IC gas engine.”

 

Brock Yates

“Will a day come when our cars have carbon-fiber tubs, 18,000-rpm V-10 engines, and ground-effects tunnels? Perhaps, about the same time we have condos on the moon.”

 

Brock Yates

“The automobile, both a cause and an effect of this decentralization, is ideally suited for our vast landscape and our generally confused and contrary commuting patterns.”

 

Brock Yates

“I admit to wasting my life messing around with fast cars and motorcycles.”

 

Brock Yates

“More books, more racing and more foolishness with cars and motorcycles are in the works.”

 

Brock Yates

“There was a day when you could identify a NASCAR Ford, Chevrolet, or Dodge and they actually looked like “stock cars.” Now they are pod machines, slick on the outside but still powered by the same Neanderthal carbureted pushrod V-8s that have been under their hoods for half a century. If this is real auto racing, then the WWF ought to be part of the Olympics.”

 

Brock Yates

“I’ve worn my share of leopard pink boots to premieres or belts the size of cars. I thought my pink leopard boots were so cool.”

 

Brittany Snow

“Well, I lost my virginity in a car. But it wasn’t a very nice one.”

 

Brittany Murphy

“Here’s the thing that I think about life – if you manage to get into a space where you don’t need that much, where the overhead of your life is not that great and you’re pretty happy and relaxed without that much stuff, you are really liberated because you never have to say yes to something because you want another refrigerator or car!”

 

Brit Marling

“There’s nothing worth photographing more than 100 yards from the car”

 

Brett Weston

“I grew up listening to Frank Sinatra, riding in the car with my grandpa, and I was just intrigued by it.”

Brett Eldredge

“Open the hood of a car and it will tell you something about the people who designed it, is just one of many phrases I’m tortured by.”

Bret Easton Ellis