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.
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"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.
"A friend said it looked like General De Gaulle’s nose on wheels, and certainly the Citroen DS23 EFi I briefly owned had a Gallic beakiness.
Film lovers might remember The Day of the Jackal, starring Edward Fox as a "
"Commuting using public transport is becoming a real issue with ever-increasing costs, increasing delays and the overcrowding to contend with. The same can apply to using your own car to commute into cities. The Xciting 400 from Kymco offers a superb "
"By 1953, the United States had almost 1,000 nuclear bombs waiting to be dropped. The future of sports cars wasn’t at the top of Gen. Curtis LeMay’s priorities.
It’s the 1950s. In the hushed offices of the military leadership "
"Since April 17th 1964 the Ford Mustang has been influencing people by its iconic design, prestige and luxury. With projected sales of less than 100,000 units in the first year, Ford was quickly inundated, surpassing a million units within 18 months of launch. "