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That rarity is part of the reason why I was drawn to Eduardo Hernandez’s 1977 TE31 Corolla – a car coated in a distinctively ’70s shade of yellow paint.
Are you one of those people that feel offended that BMW has moved onto turbocharging with its M Series engines?
Never have I ever felt the eyes of so many people upon me as when I cruised sedately through the city streets of New Plymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand, on a recent fine Saturday afternoon.
I find that there’s little in common between United States and Irish car culture. USA is the home of monstrous capacity V8s, while Ireland is, well… not.
First off, it’s a very cool video tribute to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, which shows assembly of the Final Edition models. From bare panels being robotically stitched together, to the 4B11 engine-building process, to delivery and the finished product on a showroom floor – it’s a mesmerising watch.
These days, on the roads and highways of Southern California you can hardly go a few feet without seeing a BMW of some sort.
Everything about this tiny little car just seemed so right; from its purposeful stance to the red 14-inch RAYS Volk Racing TE37s that were barely contained by the gently-widened arches.
For the last few years I’ve had an idea brewing in my head. An idea for a project car built partly on nostalgia and partly by the desire to try something a little different.
What is the one thing that for decades upon decades has helped turn seemingly normal and stock-standard cars into machines that look like they belong on a race track?
Unfortunately, I am but one man, so my time in the paddock amongst the show cars was limited. That said, I was able to speak to a couple of owners about their cars and have arranged to speak to others in more depth in the coming weeks.
Last year I took the trip over the Montreal for Formula Drift Canada not really expecting anything out of the ordinary.
While the Racing Beat project borrowed its turbo rotary engine from an FC3S RX-7 donor car, the pickup we’re looking at now came from the factory without pistons.
We’ve featured an eclectic mix of machines over the past four and a bit weeks, and you can revisit them all by clicking the corresponding link under each image below, before casting your vote/s in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
What is a fun haver? Better yet, what is the ultimate fun haver? Drifting is fun, jumping trucks is fun, shooting up sick dirt roosts is fun as well, so why not combine all of those things into one?
This is Tetsuya Hibino’s Formula Drift Japan machine, which I can safely say looked like nothing else in the Fuji Speedway paddock on the day.
If you read off a couple of the initial stats about this car before seeing it in the metal, you’d naturally be led in one direction.
What do we know for sure? Well, apart from the teaser image above, not a whole lot. But this excerpt from Mazda’s press release does sound promising: “The design of the sports car concept to be unveiled in Tokyo is modern but maintains a sense of lineage and authenticity, appearing almost to condense Mazda’s entire history of sports […] The post Rotary Return?
Six years have gone by since then, and looking back, it has been a roller coaster ride. I went from small local drift events at Adams Kart Track in Los Angeles to the FIA World Touring Car Championship, one of the biggest racing series on the planet.
Full disclosure, this is an article about my friend’s car. Keith Ross and I are friends for a few reasons.
You’re probably not familiar with the names Jack Shanahan and Tomás Kiely, but you should be. Both 16 years old, these two teenagers display a level of talent that completely belies their young age.