Render. It's a strange word. Used for anything from plastering to quasi-legal political deportation, when the word is used most beautifully it describes the process of turning dreams into digital reality.
Companies like Vizualtech specialise in turning "
"Shovel-nosed, Pinto-esque, uniquely strange and oddly appealing, the Vauxhall Chevette was a Likely Lads car before Likely Lads were Likely Lads.
And what am I talking about when I use the term Likely Lads?
We’re talking about kids who "
"Approaching the ISM Raceway in Phoenix, USA, is like approaching a moonbase.
The road is as straight a ribbon of blacktop as an ironed liquorice chew, and fires you directly at an imposing ring of rust-coloured mountains. Across open desert "
If you're not particularly into down tempo pop music of an R&B pursuasion you might want to watch this video with the sound turned down.
If like us however, you love the retro-futuristic cool of Honda's NSX and "
"If you haven't tasted the joys of flat track motorcycle racing, check this video out.
There's a simple purity to the short oval that is evoked nicely by the hi-def slow-mo images presented here from a recent champs in Spain.
"This is a one-off Lamborghini-Zagato collab.
And don't let anyone tell you it's not a result of the oneupmanship that was riddled through the relationship between Ferruccio and il commendatore.
You've heard the story. The Lambo boss was upset at "
"Growing up, I was surrounded by motorbikes all the time and from a very young age; my Mum would take me to local egg runs where there’d be convoys of biker after biker all donning their leather waistcoats and "
"So many British racing drivers will know the feeling. The feeling of Indira Flack bounding over with a smile and a question, or handing them a letter, asking them to be part of her huge photographic project.
To date, Flack "
"It might seem strange to talk about another mag as part of an Influx edition, but there's no greater insight into the motoring world than a car sales magazine. At least it used to be, before the internet stole their "