Archive For December, 2013

In Photos: WinterX – Round 2

By | December 31, 2013

As winter starts its march across the northern hemisphere, most “normal” people tend to stay indoors to avoid the cold and snow. Sure there are those that ski, snowboard, and even traverse the winterscape in snowshoes. But for some, the call for speed and more seat time is too great. Thankfully, Miller Motorsports Park offers […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: No. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari F458GT ALMS

By | December 29, 2013

While this Ferrari F458GT doesn’t differ to much from Team West / AJR / Boardwalk’s Ferrari F458 Italia in the specs department, the team the runs this Ferrari is what sets it apart from other teams running the same car. Risi Competizione is the creation of Giuseppe Risi. He currently serves as its Team Principal. He is […]

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In Photos: Grit and Determination – a glimpse into the 25 Hours of Thunderhill

By | December 28, 2013

The 25 Hours of Thunderhill – there is a reason why there’s a hashtag of “#SurviveThe25″. It’s rough, it’s tough, it tests the mental and physical faculties of teams and drivers. For more on this race, read Jason Bennion’s excellent coverage of the race. [photo | mike gillilan]

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FMD: Friday Motoring Diversion

By | December 27, 2013

FMD: Friday Motoring Diversion – HPI Racing’s Ken Block Micro Gymkhana

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Revealed! The 2015 Lamborghini Huracan

By | December 23, 2013

Three weeks ago we reported the sad departure of the Lamborghini Gallardo from the production world.  We showed a spy shot of the replacement lapping the Nurburgring.  Days before Christmas, Lamborghini gave us all an early Christmas gift by taking the wraps off the car.  Meet the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4. As expected, the Huracan (pronounced […]

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Nissan Buys Beater Maxima Off Craigslist

By | December 22, 2013

  I’ve always been a big Nissan fan. I drove a feisty red Maxima SE in high school and drove the wheels off it. After 150,000 pedal-to-the-metal miles in my hands it was a miracle that it still functioned. Luke Aker of Ikonic films had a slightly newer version of the Maxima that he sold […]

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