Desperate time calls for desperate measures.
Let’s take a look at the car that Mika Hakkinen won his first F1 championship and constructor’s championship for McLaren since 1991 with Ayrton Senna.
Hope everyone had a happy and safe 4th of July. The temperature here in Colorado has cooled down slightly but the HAWL is hot.
An adorable forbidden fruit.
No introduction required.
Before I begin, I’m sorry that I haven’t been posting regularly here. I’m alive and well and made my presence known with replies. I just haven’t been posting my regular features. Work schedule, school, and the two storms that came through my area doesn’t help. There are loads of new diecasts coming that I can’t wait…
The prize for the CDDC Photo Contest courtesy of Doug (Dek34) has arrived.
Went to shop for a new luggage bag since my last one was busted (thanks airport baggage handlers) and came across this:
Got a chance to pick up these two beauties last night.
I’m starting this post with a HUGE thank you to my secret super follow by an equally proportion apology for having this post out so late.
Here’s my contribution to CONTINENTLDRIFT’s photo contest.
It’s the last day of 2018 meaning countdown to the new year and also countdown of some of my best acquisitions.
Hope everyone is recovering well from food coma. Took a last minute grocery trip yesterday and able to get a second chance at these bad boys.
Bonus round for the final day.
I won’t need to do much explanation on one of the most breathtaking and the most advanced production Porsche currently.
Due to a planned family outing, I didn’t do a new post for Rennsport Reunion yesterday. Please enjoy this post for the time being.
The beginning of insanity starts here.
Not much introduction needed.
All legends must begin somewhere.
Porsche was no stranger on force induction, they started experimenting through motorsport in the 1950's with one of the most famous being the Porsche 917/30 from 1973, powered by a 5.4L turbocharged flat-12 producing 1580 hp that prompted rule changes in Can-Am.