Gumball 3000, drifting, street racing, and you don’t even have to leave your couch. Filled with badass cars, driving, and stupid antics, Mischief 3000 is a modern classic.
My business partner Sergio wanted to take some shots of his newly acquired V35 as it is, for Cobey (the previous owner) and also for memory to show what it once looked like. With the help of Ved from Selectnine we managed to really capture the car and the way it just soaks up natural light.
Who doesn’t love a good road trip? Last week we hit the road and made our way from Sydney to Melbourne for REBUILD, a car show put on by the Melbourne community to raise money for the Philippines who have recently been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).
Volkswagen and electronic music artist Underworld have partnered together to create an app that uses your driving, and witchcraft happens, and it makes music.
After a great 10 years of production, Lamborghini has brought the Gallardo’s run to a stop.
I’ve been following EvoJoe, throughout the last 2 seasons of AutoX. I’ve watched the car transform from a some what stock looking Evo 9, into a wide body monster.
It’s been a fortnight since Cobey from Streetkarnage said goodbye to his beautiful V35, and already it feels like years have passed since being in our possession and enjoying the low life on streets of Sydney! It’s hardly been smooth sailing, but now the dust has settled and an amazing car is beginning to show its true colours.
Rain or Shine, there was plenty of heat in attendance at the AutoCon car show in Miami, this was AutoCon’s first show down here in Miami and they did a great job hosting it. Companies such as Vossen, Eurowerks, Strasse Forged, and Exclusive Motoring. Team Fortuneminds was also one of a few teams that came out swinging and took home 8 awards, including best team.
To get you excited for the holidays, watch this fantastic video of a lumberjack drifting in the snow. Appears to be HILLARIOUS fun.
Cars and Cappuccino is a monthly meet of European Car enthusiast, think Cars and Coffee but you can actually meet and talk to the owners of your favorite cars. I’ve been attending on and off for over a year and I think it’s one of the best unknown events in Charlotte.