I have pondered this in my head for a while. It’s a simple proposition in theory, but one that opens up a multitude of complex possibilities. The hypothetical situation is as follows: Where would we be if GC had not died at the end of 1989?
This weekend sees the final race of the 2015 AUTOBACS Super GT Championship, and it also sees me unable to cover the race as I’d like to - yet again - but not only does it get annoying for me, it also robs you of the coverage that you deserve.
In any discipline of motorsport, there is a flagship event or series that all look up to - the biggest superstars, the fastest machines, the wealth of history. The Mini Autodromo Internacional Zeca Elias is ready to welcome the world’s flagship R/C race - the original, the legendary, the fabled.
As day two of 4WD at Yatabe Arena beckons, the rapid development war that we saw at the beginning of the week seems to have tapered off. 4WD appears largely stagnant on the surface.
With 2WD over at the Worlds in Yatabe Arena, I thought it’d be good if I shared some of my own thoughts on what has taken place so far.
It’s been a while since I posted. I’ve been a tad busy, but I thought the 2015 IFMAR 1/10 Off Road World Championship would be a nice topic to get me back into the swing.
There’s nothing quite like placing random objects through some computational fluid dynamics software.
I wouldn’t normally begin any race meeting report in such a manner, but exceptions have to be made. For anyone with an interest in classic motoring or motorsport, I would say this is a very important read.
On Saturday the 18th of July, the Vintage Sports Car Club of Great Britain made their much anticipated return to Cheshire’s Oulton Park. The north-westerly location meant that the entry list was slightly down on numbers, but it was still healthy.
Round 5 of the 2015 AUTOBACS Super GT championship takes us to Suzuka, for the annual 1000km race. The weather looks to be taking a turn for the worst, with a mixed Saturday turning to a torrid Sunday, and a late swing in Round 4 caused a few upsets in the results. All the signs are pointing towards a particularly…
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The Interactive Sportscar Championship was a very large bundle of oddness.
Prouder than you could ever imagine.
The recent increase in interest surrounding motorsport in Japan, more specifically Super GT, has been refreshing to see. The once unknown and largely ignored face of Japanese motorsport is finally breaking through the masses, but it is very much just the tip of the iceberg. After Stef stumbled across the very…
Tomorrow sees Round4 of the 2015 Japanese Championship Super Formula from Twin Ring Motegi, as the season hits mid-point.
The Napier Bentley is essentially the world’s largest, noisiest and most dangerous smoke machine. It is also a staple of the VSCC.
A simple question really - create whatever comes to mind.
The pictures speak for themselves.
One of the most beautiful and recognisable liveries of all time - iconic, yet not overplayed.
Now, strangest doesn’t necessarily mean terrible - it can be so bizarre it becomes humorous.