As you may have gathered we're McQueen geeks. We like to regularly share a dose of cultural artefacts that feature the great man - and by now we've worked lots of angles on the king of cool.
But for some "
"It's not often we go all gooey over a bit of American Muscle.
But this slick, black on black edit of a 1970 Pontiac Firebird by an outfit called Allspeed Customs makes us go all weak at the knees.
According to "
"Paul Newman was a racer.
We've pointed it out before, as you can see - but when we recently found some stunning race pics of the man on the Rolex Blog, we thought we'd take another look.
Story goes he "
... and imagine hand-painting your 250 California Spider to look like a jeep!
What may seem madness from the perspective of 2010 was all part of the gilded "
This Friday Nicolas Winding Refn's new movie Drive is due for UK release.
Refn won best director at this year's Cannes film festival for the slick existential thriller, which is a riff on Jean Pierre Melville's 1967 classic le Samourai- the "
"The Two Lane Blacktop Feature in issue 5 may have inspired you to see the movie again, or indeed watch it for the first time. This beautifully filmed paean to the highways and country roads of America is cited by many "
Last night we at Influx towers decided to dig out our fave car flick. It's been a while since we've seen it. Walter Hill's dark car chase movie The Driver is a stone cold classic. In fact, not only is "
"When standard ‘road-going’ spec isn’t enough…
The act of homologating a car is a scarce thing in modern racing. Back in the day though, it was a carmakers way of entering a motorsports series while giving designers and engineers "
"In 2018 Influx brought you more cars, bikes, people and culture than ever before.
What was your highlight?
We featured everything from home-built bikes in our VC London film, and completely bespoke cars like Charles dos Santos' V8-powered Nissan drift "
"When you think of famous Premier League footballers and their treasure trove of fast and rare cars you don’t tend to think the vehicles they cherish the most might actually be… erm, the humble minivan.
But that’s the "
"In 1962 a very swift breadvan competed at Le Mans.
It was unofficial in many ways. It wasn't raced by Ferrari, the company which built the 250 GT on which it was based, and it wasn't actually called a breadvan by the "