Sometimes it’s not really worth paying attention to western mainstream media. A group of amateur auto racers created a club for sports car racing in the Gaza Strip, but they lack safe cars and adequate roads to drive on without causing safety concerns for the public and themselves. Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2015/07/gaza-sports-car-racing-safety-israel-blockade.html#ixzz3es5AA7dj
The show is hosted by Marisha Ray, with two debaters, Damian Beurer and Andy Liegl. Together they battle with their sci-fi/fantasy knowledge and comic wit to see who they think the winner will be. Both cars are Chevy powered! Watch ’til the end!
After receiving my DVD copy from the producer himself, a good friend we called Steelrat in the forums, I immediately insert the disc to the player in excitement to see the first ever documentary about the muscle car culture in the Philippines. First impressions, the intro feels like a 70’s movie which is really…
BMW has been well ahead of most car companies, not only in engineering and design, but in recognizing the power of the arts. In the early days of the Internet, BMW led the way with BMW Films, a website that featured short films produced by accomplished directors like Ang Lee and Guy Ritchie. http://www.forbes.com/sites/markewing/2015/06/04/kinetic-art-40-years-of-bmw-art-cars/
For many years, the Chevrolet Corvette tempted drivers with a simple value proposition: lots of power in a light, well-balanced, and totally badass package. That was enough to make it one of the most iconic American cars ever built, rivaling any import on raw performance. Where the Vette lost to its European counterparts was…
Also known as the Mk7 or the 7th Generation Golf. Somehow this pocket rocket brought back some memories with its checkered seats similar to some old school Euros like the Mercedes 190e 2.3-16. Comes with 220 PS, Turbo Stratified Injection (TSI, there’s turbo that’s it) powerplant, 6-speed DSG (Direkt-Schalt-Getriebe or Direct Shift Gearbox), I won’t bore you in to technical details, simply put, one of the smoothest shifting you’ll ever experience. The paddle shifters has a little bit of “racy” feel and can actually hear it “grunts” when shifting(or maybe it’s just me). Finally, the Golf in our shore!
We have our own local versions of “Mang Conrad”, “Mang Tony”, “Mang Dante” out there doing work on our ordinary cars, but with Audi it is wiser to let professionals handle it.
One last ride. I doubt. Opens April 2015
Every car nut knows that Jay Leno is the bigger car nut but not every car nut is familiar with the Honda SM600 Roadster. Yes, those underrated roadster.