By Al Vinikour
In my capacity as a future Nobel laureate in the field of automotive journalism and Jeremy Clarkson Humanitarian Award winner, I often find myself in California driving new vehicles in a number of different real-world environments so I can write cogent, intelligent articles about them. (Since when? – ed.) If I’d only been there once, I’d still be just as frightened by a phenomenon I’ve only experienced in the Golden State —motorcycles splitting lanes.