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19 Sep 2014

Sights of Singapore

Every once in a while opportunity knocks. This time, I, along with my brother in law Alex, was fortunate enough to make it out to Singapore to experience the Formula 1 Grand Prix. I’ve been talking and dreaming about going to Singapore for a few years since it being one

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25 May 2014

From across the pond

My name is Johnson, 24 years old, born and raised in the UK and I’m a new blogger for Fatlace.  Before I go flying into things I got to admit,  this is kind of weird for me because Fatlace and Illest were just brands I admired for the culture and

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18 Nov 2013

Alpinestars 50th Anniversary Book Released

Since 1963, Alpinestars has been a leader in protection, performance and style. 2013 represents a milestone year for the brand as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. From its beginnings as a boot manufacturer in Northern Italy, to a global maverick of motorsports and fashion, the brand will reflect on its

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04 Dec 2012

United States Grand Prix

The last month has been an absolute whirlwind, but in the most extraordinary ways possible. I figured I’d at least try to post a few snippets of the going-ons in my life, if for no one else but to see but my mom. (Hi Mom!) For those who don’t know,

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18 Oct 2011

Formula 1 Suzuka 2012

Got the invite from Kent over at Enkei to check out Suzuka for F1 so we hopped on the Shinkansen and a few hours later we were at Nagoya for some F1. Sorry so being so biased on these photos but I’m a Mclaren dude and they use Enkei’s on

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13 Jun 2011

Ken Block to test Formula 1

Yes this story is prettying interesting cause Ken Block’s story just gets better and better. From Skateboarding to co-owning DC Shoes to World Rally and now Formula 1. A cinderella story indeed. Ken is going to be testing out an older F1 Car, a 700hp Toyota F1 Car from 2009

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08 Jul 2010

The Grand Prix experience [F1]

F1 Grand Prix du Canada 2010 Montreal In the 1960s the rivalry between French and English speaking Canada meant that the country’s Grand Prix had two homes: Mosport Park one year and Mont-Tremblant the next. By 1970, however, Mont-Tremblant was deemed too dangerous and the race moved full time to

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