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Today marks the halfway point between Spring and Summer: the weather is at its best, and it's just a few weeks more until the Summer heat takes over.
From hybrids and hatchbacks, to sports coupes and exotics, the Rocket Bunny craze is in full-swing. These rivet-on fenders are now commonplace in car show parking lots, and they're seemingly a prerequisite for a "successful" build in 2015.
BMW Team RLL secured a first-place finish in Long Beach, moving them up in the ranks as the 2015 Tudor United Sports Car Championship season continues.
With summer rapidly approaching, or in our own case, already upon us, it seemed only fitting to take a look back at the highlight of summer, 2014.
As the son of a successful Formula Vee racer, it comes as little surprise that Daniel Schaefer has grown up with an unparalleled endearment for German aircooled cars.
Along side Detroit Belle Isle, the Long Beach Street Circuit is the shortest race of the United Sports Car Championship season; an all-out sprint between narrowing corridors of fencing and blockades.
At the beginning of March, we took a look at Mike Unland's 1959 Beetle, which stands as a testament to his detail-centric nature.
Kicking off its 11th year, Formula Drift returns once again, this time with a slew of changes that are both refreshing and daunting.
Toyota, for many, isn't the first marque to come to mind when discussing the cars of Group B rally fame.
My weekend morning started off with a call from Matt Crooke of Fifteen52. I've learned to trust his suggestions, so when he followed up the phone call with an unfamiliar Los Angeles address, I simply packed up my camera and hit the 405 North.
Event posters are where art and automobiles have come together for decades, so when I began discussing potential collaboration projects with Formula Drift, my mind instantly jumped to the prints that so often proceeded races.
It’s shocking when I realize that StanceWorks has been around for a full quarter of my life. Six years ago, this all began with a group of friends and like-minded car enthusiasts, all looking for a place to collectively share their thoughts, efforts, passions, and stories.
The temperatures have risen, the salt is finally washing off of the roads, and people are dusting off theirs to stretch their legs for the first time since fall.
After 4 years living abroad in Europe, it's safe to say I have seen my fair share of epic motor racing events.
Over the past months, my thirst for a truck has been impossible to satisfy. I had been eyeing Monteros for the most part, with searches for Isuzu Troopers and the occasional Jeep Cherokee taking up extra tabs in my web browser.
In 1975, 40 years ago, BMW Motorsport's overall win at the 12 Hours of Sebring stood as a resounding introduction to the American market.
Christopher Björåsen's enthusiasm towards E28s began as quite the opposite: disdain. Unable to understand why anyone would purchase such an "ugly" car in his youth, Christopher has since turned around entirely.
The E30 chassis is one of the most recognizable, widely known BMW body styles, and for great reason. With confident body lines, sharp but friendly features, and wide availability, it is quite often the first foray for many BMW enthusiasts' addiction to vintage cars. For this exact reason it has become increasingly difficult to find a pristine and polished example of an E30 in the enthusiast world.
40 years ago, Hans Stuck, Brian Redman, Sam Posey, and Ronnie Peterson stood at the podium, celebrating the first win for BMW of North America.
"Do you prefer the build or the ride?" It was a question for Brandon that I had assumed might come with a shaky answer.