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Unless by some chance, you've managed to avoid all social media outlets for the past day or so, it's quite likely you've seen the latest automotive headlines: "EPA SEEKS TO PROHIBIT CONVERSION OF VEHICLES INTO RACECARS." It's been everywhere, seemingly on every forum and every facebook group I'm a part of.
Just a few short months ago, Air Lift Performance announced "3H," their all-new digital air ride management that utilizes both height and pressure based sensors to redefine air suspension as a whole.
This world needs more 2 seat, rear-wheel-drive, high performance convertibles. In a land of 4-door sedans, where have all the fun, exciting cars gone?
Just over a week ago, we announced and teased the Project CARS x StanceWorks DLC Car pack - the latest addition to the digital racing world that Slightly Mad Studios has created.
Today, BMW has unveiled the latest product of their racing efforts: the 2016 M6 GTLMs in their final liveries.
When it comes to our photography and the content that we generate, we've always felt it important to follow our hearts.
It was nearly eight months ago that Project CARS reached its official launch for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
"It's a Japanese El Camino!" he jokes from across the parking lot. Even Dominic Le doesn't take his project too seriously.
This past weekend, RAD Industries opened their doors to the public for their first-ever Open House. With a slew of incredible cars, great food, and enthusiasts from all walks, RAD played host to an event to remember: one that is sure to further embed their name within the Southern Californian tuning and fabrication community.
There's a bread of racer out that that holds no reverence for the auction block values of cars. Instead, they strap into the harnessed seats of legendary race cars, bent on competition and the exhilaration that comes from the throaty roar of the vintage machines.
Our Daily Grind series has always been about documenting the internal growth of StanceWorks. From the cars that make up our fleet, to the friends that make up our family, and of course, the gears that keep StanceWorks running as a whole, the Daily Grind aims to show what happens on our side of the screen.
Today marks the end of another year at StanceWorks. 2015 brought success, surprises, and sensational experiences of all shapes and sizes, adding to an already rich history as StanceWorks has grown.
It feels as if 2015 has flown by in a flash. I'm still not sure how we're already preparing for another new year at StanceWorks, but as I look back through our photos, I'm reminded of how many amazing experiences Mike and I have been able to squeeze into the last 12 months.
It's that time once again: we're in the final week of 2015 and the year is finally coming to a close.
In 2011, Rilber Li left the Audi dealership with an all-new A4 Avant. Optioned just the way he liked - black on black - most would find that adequate.
In just a few days, StanceWorks enters its seventh year - a milestone I assume no one expected, even ourselves.
Thousands gathered once again at the Mooneyes Christmas Party to send out the year in style, with walks of life stemming from each corner of the automotive world.
It's been several months since our last off-road excursion, with most of our attention focused on preparing Rusty Slammington for SEMA and the Essen Motor Show.
"Would you like to see the E9?" I was asked. We had just finished our tour of the H&R factory, and shortly after, our original itinerary had us on our way back to Essen for the final days of the Essen Motor Show.
It was more than two years ago that my relationship with the team at H&R began. Ever since, it has grown more and more clear that beyond producing world class suspension components, H&R is a brand owned, operated, and driven by automotive enthusiasts.