At least they gave it a name instead of another forgettable alphanumeric combination. They could have called it the Esca and I’d still mark that up as a win.
Olive green would have the opposite effect on me...
Easy: 1959 Corvette Stingray Racer
It currently lives in the Peterson? Perhaps that’s where Archer’s artists got their inspiration from.
In drifting, there are 3 areas a driver needs to focus on for a “win”: angle, proximity of their vehicle to other objects (apex, entry/exit walls/competing driver), and speed. Needless to say, there are times when the vehicle behind is faster than the one ahead, but unlike racing, simply being the first car to finish… Read more
Who refers to drifting as a form of racing though? Motorsport sure, it’s competitive and uses motors. But racing? There are plenty of drifters who also are involved with racing and IMO those involved with drifting usually distinguish the two as separate forms of motorsport: you have drifting & you have racing.
It’s hard for me to see any versions of the current field of family sedans being any sportier than the regular versions, none of them seem any more significant than the other upper-level trims.
Snapchat has (had?) a trophy for posting X- number of snaps going above 65. True that probably means you’re speeding, but there are areas which you could drive over 65 legally (or at least get away with it on a daily basis, such as freeways with posted speed limits of 65). And the app just uses the phone’s GPS to…
no such thing as a **Very Rare** Fox Body Mustang
Easy, the T Rex
That was the first ALMS race I had ever attended and holy crap was it intense. Kinda felt bad for the Prototype racers because no one outside their teams was paying attention to them, all focus was on the GT’s. Pretty sure I’ll never see another finish as dramatic as that was, at least not in person. Read more
The 90's produced some of my all-time favorite designs, but there was a pretty hard shift to bubbly designs in the middle of the decade that I’d rather forget.
Definitely the prettier of the two iconic Group B Quattro images. I think Audi used that exact image for an ad back in the day.
Ditto! Capturing them gives me an excuse to geek out and explore the cars plus create images that are far more interesting than your standard 3/4 shot.