Size Doesn’t Matter: Australia’s Grassroots Drift Haven

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Archerfield Drift Park is a popular circuit located to the south of Brisbane, Australia. Its popularity tends to result in it often coming up in conversation, with it typically described as a short track for drifters of all experience levels, begging the question: ‘why I wouldn’t want to go to a bigger race track, one
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The Science Of Hitting Switches

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Hydraulics and lowriders go hand and hand. It’s to the point where people tend to assume any American car with wire wheels and thin whites has to have hydraulics. The use of hydraulics in cars dates back to the late ’50s, and their original intent was to trick the cops into thinking the car had a
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Classic Car Club Manhattan on Film

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Located along the Hudson River, Classic Car Club Manhattan is a waterfront clubhouse made for automotive enthusiasts. During a recent trip to New York City, I had plenty of spare time on hand so I decided to search for places to explore that would appeal to car enthusiasts. That’s where I came across Classic Car
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Beginner’s Luck: A Supercharged V8 Datsun Z

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The Beginning Of The End “It was supposed to be a daily.” If there’s a phrase uttered more often among car builders, I’ve honestly yet to hear it. We tell this lie to ourselves all the time, but in this story Josh Wilson wasn’t the one to lie to himself, his friend did. Josh legitimately set out
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A Different Take: Spoon Style On Air

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Scheming & Shooting My favorite thing about car culture is the intense variety of what you’ll find in any given corner of the world. Even when two cars use some of the exact same parts, the outcome can be so very different. When I saw that Dino had shot Kohei Miyata’s Honda S2000 in Japan
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If You Buy One Lens, Make It This One…

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One Lens To Rule Them All At this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, it struck me just how much of a strain Speedhunting puts on you, physically. Over the three days I was at Goodwood, I covered 60,400 steps over 46 kilometres (28.5 miles) and traversed 163 floors – similar numbers to the 69,000 steps,
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Every Daily Needs 700hp: CSF’s F10 M5

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Freak In The Streets Six hundred fifteen horsepower and six hundred eighty foot-pounds of torque delivered to the wheels. Eight cylinders that take up four point four liters under the hood. Four doors. Two turbos. You shouldn’t need any more convincing that Ravi Dolwani’s F10 BMW M5 is everything and more than you could ever want
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Riding Low In Toronto – Speedhunters

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When it comes to locations you’d imagine lowriding to be popular, I am going to go ahead and assume Canada is not on the list. But, if I’m here to do anything, it’s to show that this North American country has as much car culture as anywhere else in the world. Even if our toys spend half the year locked
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