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We’re still completely in awe of the level of talent out there, and we’d like to extend a huge thank-you to everyone who submitted their incredible artwork for this special theme.
In the history of motorsports, there are certain race car liveries and color combinations that are perhaps more famous than the actual cars that wore them.
Like most old race cars, the Z has a colorful history. It was originally put into service as a pace car at Ontario Motor Speedway back in 1972, and in 1979 a man by the name of Joel Anderson purchased the Z and rebuilt it for competition in the IMSA GTU class.
Think about it. How many flavours have we seen these cars presented to us in? Turbocharged; supercharged; engine swaps of every type; built for drifting; time attack; drag racing and of course fast road use.
If you’re a VW purist you may want to stop reading now, because this is not your average build. Way back in 2000 while in high school, Las Vegas local Richard Jones purchased what was then a mostly factory 1965 Volkswagen Type 34 Karmann Ghia as a daily driver for his girlfriend, Shannon.
(HINT: Now you can buy it here!) After receiving that email at least a dozen times, I figured it was time to give the people what they want and put the diffusers into production.
For all the things I hear about the people of Japan losing their interest in cars, or the rules and regulations in the country being a massive barrier to car ownership, I’ve never stopped being amazed by Japanese automotive culture.
You know what the best advice anyone can give you is? Be yourself. It’s simple and to the point, and in my opinion it’s at the core of what any successful individual strives to do, be it on a personal level or when he or she is applying it to a business.
It’s an early January Friday afternoon in San Jose, California, and I’m sitting in the shotgun seat of a 1971 Datsun 240Z that’s stopped at a traffic light.
I wasn’t lying last month when I said that swift progress has been happening with Project GTI. I would probably go as far as saying that this is one of the most significant updates so far.
If you guys have been following Speedhunters for the past few years, then you’d have seen that I’ve been getting more and more into off-road racing, as well as attempting to do a bit of four-wheeling myself.
Last week I showed you guys some of the scenes from this year’s winter car swap meet in Turlock, California.
I really should have known better. Having written more than a million words about modified cars and their owners’ stories during my career, I probably should have learnt a lesson or 10 by now. But that would mean I’d been listening to my own advice, or that I was immune to being a car enthusiast, when quite obviously […] The post Loud Noises!
With a new week of Speedhunting ready to kick off, it’s time again to take a quick look at some of our favorite videos from around the net that came to our attention over the past week.
Italy is a great holiday destination, but if you live in this country you have to fight on a daily basis with a government that just seems to be there to cheat and swindle its citizens out of as much money as possible.
I’m all about making lemonade out of lemons, and that’s pretty much what the organisers of Red Bull Frozen Rush had to do this year.
So it was with Bruce Holder and his Porsche. Not this Porsche. The other one. This is Area 52 Bruce of the utterly bonkers, gravitationally-challenged Series 1 Land Rover, who a year or so back got his first tantalising whiff of possible Porsche ownership.
In its motherland of Japan, drifting is enjoyed at all levels; from the professional ranks of the D1 Grand Prix, to club-level competitions, to casual open track thrashes.
It’s been a little bit over 12 months since I acquired my 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost daily driver, and I realize that I’m long overdue for a project car update on this thing.
Drag racing never really appealed to me. I was born and raised in a country where there isn’t even as much as a single drag strip, so I guess that’s played a big part in it.