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If there’s one thing I love about living in Los Angeles, it’s the amazing roads. No, I’m not talking about our highway system here, I’m talking about the mountains passes scattered throughout the northern end of the city.
Amongst the pulses, braps, whizzes and rifle-cracks of New Zealand’s Rotary REunion event, the occurrence of a pair (or more) of spinning triangles in a foreign engine bay wasn’t exactly rare.
Nissan’s S-chassis models are still a fairly common sight on the streets of Japan, but supplies are being slowly depleted by exports to the rest of the world or, more likely, being sent to an early scrap-heap grave by young drifters.
I’ve been playing with Hot Wheels diecasts all my life. Ever since I can remember, I raced them around till the paint was completely chipped off.
Before you read on, there’s a caveat to this spotlight: there aren’t any full pictures of the car.
You’ll be glad to hear that despite some delays, Project GT-R has been progressing behind the scenes.
Justification is two-fold, really.
Being a motorsport nerd at heart, I know how frustrating it can be to find your feeds full of cars built solely for the show scene, or race-themed street machines that never see any track time.
It was nearly five years ago that I first paid a visit to Maidstone Sports Cars in Kent, England and pointed my camera in the direction of Adrian Hall’s Ford Escort MkII. Five years is a long time, but it’s far less than a quarter of the time that Adrian has owned the car.
It’s been rumored for a while, then talked about when the leading drifting series met, and now the FIA has officially said they will sanction their first ever drifting event in 2017.
Why, you may ask? It’s simple. You see, when I met Nakai-san for the first time and started covering the cars he built, it all clearly fell into a category of Japanese car culture.
I would hope I’m not alone in absolutely loving the feeling of excitement which comes on the morning of a good automotive event.
It’s a classic story of a car that’s sat too long but a new owner transforms it into something special.
We’ve seen some great films from Rotiform in the past, and this 40-minute production documenting the team’s drive from England to Austria for Wörthersee 2017 is right up there with the best of them.
It doesn’t matter how many times I visit Fuji Speedway, the place never ceases to amaze me.
This isn’t something you can just go and pick up out of RAYS’ apparel catalogue – it’s a limited edition piece with the Volk Racing logo embroidered on the front, RAYS logos on the inside, as well as a RAYS Official Motor Sports Gear tag.
Without a shadow of a doubt, Australia is home to one of the greatest car scenes on the planet. That said, it’s not without flaws.
The ferocious rise of social media means that, as auto enthusiasts in 2017, we’re now exposed to a much wider gamut of niches, genres and subcultures than ever before.
This four-wheel drive, 660cc supercharged machine packed a lot of tech and performance in its tiny hatchback package, and the late, great Colin McRae even drove one in the 1993 Safari Rally.
Inspiration can sometimes be put on hold until you find the right moment. The term ‘muse’ gets used a lot in art.