Archive For The “Car Photos” Category

Weekend Wallpaper: Datsun 240Z

By | May 5, 2013

The Datsun 240Z has always been one of my personal favorite cars.  When launched in 1969, they were a cheap alternative to American Muscle Cars and looked similar to the Jaguar E-Type.  What wasn’t to like?  It was small, rear-wheel drive and had decent power from a 2.4L straight 6 rated at 150-160hp depending on […]

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In Photos: WinterX and iDrift 2013

By | March 22, 2013

Lap Battle Events and Innovative Garage hosted a pair of events last weekend at Miller Motorsports Park.  WinterX is an event held throughout the winter and is held no matter the weather and track conditions.  We usually just go to the last one which is a warmer to shoot at.  Call us pansies all you […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: Hudson Hornet

By | March 10, 2013

Made famous by NASCAR in the early 50s and more recently in the Pixar films, “Cars” and “Cars 2,” the Hudson Hornet made an awesome race car.  It dominated the NASCAR circuits from 1952-1954 having won a staggering 66 of 105 races and won the championship all three years.  Doc Hudson really did win three […]

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Porsche 991 GT3 RSR Testing

By | February 26, 2013

When Porsche built the new 991 we were able to take a look at it and compared it to the previous 997 version.  We found the new car was much better than the outgoing car despite being bigger.  Nearly a year later the new race car is nearly finished.  The 991 GT3 RSR has been […]

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Kirkham Motorsports Open House

By | February 23, 2013

Nestled in Provo, Utah lies a hidden gem, the Kirkham Motorsports factory.  It isn’t so much a factory as it is a shop were they hand build aluminum bodied Shelby Cobra replicas.  The cars are built in the same way a Pagani is built, to order.  Kirkham Motorsports will build you a Cobra starting at […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: 2012 Ferrari California

By | February 17, 2013

The Ferrari California became the first Ferrari to have a front-mounted V8 in 2009.  It was also the first Ferrari to feature a retractable hardtop and the last model to ever be offered with a manual transmission.  The manual version of the car was one of the slowest selling Ferraris ever and is no longer […]

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