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I’m going to preface this entire article by saying that this isn’t a typical two week working period in my life.
I’ve installed and driven on all sorts of suspension setups over the years, ranging from simple drop springs to frame-dragging old school air bags, and more recently the modern breed of performance air ride and coilovers.
In addition to vintage race cars like the BRE 510 we saw yesterday and meticulously restored rarities, JCCS also brings out a number of radical home built machines.
Tuning is not only about upping power and shooting for greater performance, it’s about refinement too.
Honda has confirmed that the Type R variant of the new 10th generation Civic will be making its way to US shores.
But it wasn’t always this way. Like the other Japanese automakers that entered the US market, Datsun had an uphill battle to win over the hearts and minds of the American motoring public.
BMW has always been known for its high quality performance cars.
The championship race has pretty much come down to three drivers: Fredric Aasbø, Vaughn Gittin Jr., and Chris Forsberg, and with the grand finale now just around the corner, there are only a few battles left to decide the overall winner.
Here at Speedhunters, we surround ourselves with so much car awesomeness on a daily basis that you would assume we’d just get bored with what we see all the time.
From the enthusiasm and knowledge about the cars that we feature and talk about, to the abilities of photographers and writers. There are those who spend hours in their garages, tinkering away at their projects with the hope of one day seeing their creation featured; there are model car enthusiasts
Given it amassed 10 million views in the space of a week, I’m sure you guys have watched Ken Block’s latest Gymkhana series video by now, and that means it’s time for me to take you behind the scenes.
The Japanese Classic Car Show is the sort of event that all motoring enthusiasts can enjoy. That might sound strange considering JCCS is limited to a relatively small slice of the automotive spectrum, but there’s a certain universal appeal to vintage Japanese automobiles that I think makes them relatable to every gearhead.
Did America ever stop being great? Let’s examine that for a second. This is the land which pretty much trademarked opportunity.
You sometimes find the most obscure cars in the places you’d least expect. It could be spotting an exotic Lamborghini parked at your local supermarket, or perhaps a full-blown race car driving down a quiet residential road.
Think ‘Nissan Skyline’ and where does your mind take you? Is the first image that comes into your head that of a big-power BNR34 GT-R spooling up as it exits Tokyo’s Tatsumi PA?
Let’s kick things off with a very cool short film from Red Bull Racing… It’s easy to forget just how much work goes into building a state-of-the-art race car, but this video from RBR goes some way to show it – by following suspension bolt RB12-FS-00663-02 from sketch to the Formula One grid.
Warning: Anyone who considers themselves an automotive purist might want to hit the back button at the top left of the screen before you become irate with what you’re about to see.
With a little over a month to go before we take Project Yankee to Vegas for the SEMA Show, progress has been rapid.
Travelling around LA, the opportunity arose to drive a new 991.2 Carrera on some simply amazing canyon roads just outside the city.
With Adrien’s brother Maxime on camera duty, we’re happy to be able to bring you this spotlight post on what is a stunning custom creation, but of course it wasn’t always this way.