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Lanzante Motorsport To Build 11 F1-Engined Porsche 930s

Lanzante Motorsport To Build 11 F1-Engined Porsche 930s

Many have dreamed of building the ultimate Porsche 911. There are a number of over the top builders that can lay claim to such a title… Ruf, RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB), and Singer come to mind. But taken in the context of pure performance, they may well be taking a back seat to Lanzante Motorsport and their Formula 1 powered limited-edition 930s.

by 10/12/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars
Video: 900-Horsepower Mustang Drifts Entire Nurburgring

Video: 900-Horsepower Mustang Drifts Entire Nurburgring

Nordschleife just got more grip as Vaughn Gittin Jr. laid down tons of rubber as, according to Ford Racing, he became the first person to ever drift the entire 12.9 mile Nordschleife at the Nurburgring. Vaughn, a staple in the Formula drifting community, attacked the legendary German track behind the wheel of the 900 horsepower Ford Mustang RTR he uses in Formula Drift competition. Vaughn won the Formula Drift championship in 2013 and is a three-time World Drift Series champion in 2011, ‘’12, and ‘13. In 2005, Vaughn became the first American ever to win a D1 Grand Prix event […]

by 10/01/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Racing
Porsche Drops New 935 At Rennsport Reunion VI

Porsche Drops New 935 At Rennsport Reunion VI

It’s an exciting time to be a Porsche fan. The automaker has unveiled its new 935 race car on the occasion of “Rennsport Reunion VI” at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in California. Featuring a body reminiscent of the legendary Porsche 935/78, the 700-horsepower competition vehicle will be produced in a limited number of 77 units.

by 09/28/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Racing
Video: Bosozoku – Cartoonists, on acid, designing body kits….

Video: Bosozoku – Cartoonists, on acid, designing body kits….

Bosozoku is all about rebellion against the mainstream ideals and the ethics of civilized society. In the era of the 1950’s it started as a sub-culture of Japanese motorcycle gangs who showed no respect for traffic laws, traffic officers, and other accepted norms on the road… and beyond. The brashness of the Bosozoku movement evolved through the decades, adding two wheels, dialing back the gang mentality, and taking on a more eccentric, audacious tone in regards to representing on the street. The cars of Bosozoku, known as Kaido Racers in some circles, are easy to spot… If it’s a vintage […]

by 09/25/2018 0 comments Art, Car Culture, Cars
70 Million Reasons To Praise This Prancing Horse

70 Million Reasons To Praise This Prancing Horse

This rare thoroughbred Ferrari recently sold for $70 million. What is it built from… Unobtainium? This could be the most ever paid for any car, period. Rarity and race history are the key factors in the value of collector cars and this silver 250 GTO has those boxes checked big-time.

by 06/11/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Gearhead Hobbies
Car Feature: Byron Sanborn’s 1974 BMW 2002 Turbo

Car Feature: Byron Sanborn’s 1974 BMW 2002 Turbo

Byron Sanborn is a long-time fan of all things BMW. He loves driving them and tinkers with them for a living. His shop, Vintage Racing Motors, located in Redmond, Washington, builds, maintains, and pulls track support duty for numerous old Bavarians still working hot laps on the vintage racing circuit. Byron has a nice stable of his own and the standout is this 1974 2002 Turbo.

by 05/17/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Featured Car
Shop Tour: Art Morrison Enterprises

Shop Tour: Art Morrison Enterprises

Meet the early bird among early birds. Art Morrison knows about a hard day’s work. At 3 a.m., while most of us are deep into our REM cycles, conjuring images of our ultimate hot rod, Art is powering up the shop and readying the place for a day of making those dreams come true.

by 04/28/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, History, People, Racing
Famous Paul Newman Race Cars Displayed Together For First Time

Famous Paul Newman Race Cars Displayed Together For First Time

Built for speed, a collection of 10 cars raced by Paul Newman, who was a legitimate racer before he made famous spaghetti sauce and salad dressings will be the centerpieces at the 8th annual San Marino Motor Classic, a premier Concours d’Elegance held in Southern California.

by 04/06/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, History, Racing
Papadakis Racing Takes All-New 2018 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Drifting

Papadakis Racing Takes All-New 2018 Toyota Corolla Hatchback Drifting

Drift champion Fredric Aasbo will pilot this heavily modified Toyota Corolla Hatchback in the popular Formula Drift series. The AE86 variant of the Corolla, a rear-drive model produced from 1985 to 1987, is regarded as the founding father of drifting in Japan. When it was done on the lowdown up and over remote mountain passes and dubbed touge drifting.

by 04/03/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Racing
Video: Inside Griot’s Garage – 1959 Cadillac DeVille

Video: Inside Griot’s Garage – 1959 Cadillac DeVille

One of our biggest cover cars, take an inside look at Larry H.’s Series 63 resto mod Caddy from our 2017 run of holiday Handbooks (Cover 440). Its 200 square feet of sheet metal features some of most famous fins to ever grace the open road.

by 03/28/2018 0 comments Car Culture, Cars, Garage Life