"Bentley's GT3 entrant is a true burly British beauty. And the rather nice video below brings out how lightweight tech twinned with torquey tweaks can transform a weighty but rapid production car into a fleet footed behemoth.
And unlike many "
Ok, I know. A true café racer shouldn't have anything as pretentious as a French accent anywhere near it. And alright, I know as well that at least the engine on a true 'Caff' racer should have been milled in "
American photographer William Eggleston was the first artist who used colour photography to be accepted as a 'serious' artist by the Art Establishment.
His coolly abstracted lens was taken up wholeheartedly by film makers like Gus Van Sant , Wim Wenders "
Not sure what it is we like about this poster from a Hot Wheels campaign from some time in the 1970s. I guess it must be that there was no such thing as political correctness, and balls out power could "
Of all the publishing houses dedicated to culture of cars and bikes, Veloce is surely the most prolific. This time, they've come up with something no bike obsessive and consumer of culture will be able to resist.
Alastair Walker's book "
"Images: Farmers Racer
It’s easy to be cyclical about hipster bike videos.
It seems that all over the world, things that are handcrafted, artisan, bespoke and simple are being championed by a new generation of folk, many of whom "
"The Toyota Corolla was not, with the best will in the world, an exciting car.
If someone says Corolla, you can easily be forgiven for thinking of octogenarians, dawdling speeds and fourth and fifth gears that have literally never been "
"A few years ago, I was a passenger on a friend's Harley for a long ride through Santa Barbara, California.
There's really something special about being on a motorcycle, you're part of the whole experience in a way you don't "
"Our FOCUS for this edition is Pedro Dermaux
After finding very few pictures online of the race team he managed, Pedro Dermaux decided to give photography a go himself.
Influx: How did you get into photography?
Pedro Dermaux: "It all "