Early on a Sunday morning in the canyons above Los Angeles, the parking lot of Newcomb’s Ranch looks like a race track. A who’s-who of high-end hardware at the common coffee and breakfast stop usually has folks fawning over that newest, hottest ride in the lot. But one recent weekend, a bashed-up silver Porsche 911…
...for 10 hours or drug addled tweaking. The video is sped up 5000% to cram all 10 hrs of the festivities into 3 minutes. I’m just glad he didn’t vandalize my i3 or otherwise break anything.
Do not include links to oppositelock on your resume and say you “wrote for Jalopnik”.
Few models are more coveted in the rarefied world of Porsche collecting than the track-destined RS models. Part of the allure is because arguably the most important of the batch, the 996, the first GT3 to have a designated RS model, didn’t come to America. Here’s how a group of collectors brought one over anyway.
something I’ve been working on
I call this one “stuckstang”
Malibu sunset tinted by late 2017 CA wildfire
lil something I whipped up
first shot using my new strobe light, this is going to be fun
Here we have Jalopnik alumni Aaron Brown ringing in 2018 with some dusted donuts and slides on a dry lakebed.
last sunday morning
Standing on the edge of a dry lakebed at 4:30 a.m., stars twinkling overhead, I could hear the sound of a distant engine but couldn’t quite make out from where. Scanning the black abyss that is nighttime El Mirage, a lone distant light was actually moving closer and closer. Out of the darkness rumbled a scene straight…
screenshot from a set I’m currently working on...kinda in awe of how cool these turned out
not yer everyday Miata