As many of you know I’ve followed Formula One for many many years now. I stay up late nights and wake up very early to catch each practice and qualifying. I watch the race on my computer, the tv, and follow everything on the F1 app on my iphone. To
Sam, 23yo and a car mechanic. Since he was a young boy he had a passion for cars. This car was his dreamcar, it’s a dream that came true he told me. The color combination fits the car well, and it’s one of the best looking Evo’s driving around in Belgium! Enjoy the photos!
The second annual Ruck Out Hawaii presented by Honda Powersports, Super Street Bike, Alpinestars, illest Hawaii, and Flexfit returned to Honolulu. Similar to the previous year many Honda Ruckus, Grom, and Metro owners along with a few other 2-wheeled friends joined in on a half day adventure around the island.
If you’ve followed my blog (I haven’t posted in a looooooong time) or the Tastemakers blog (we haven’t posted in a looooooong time), you are likely familiar with Antonio Brasko. To bring you up to speed – his work was on display at The Seventh Letter last year in LA, I checked
This bagged Audi A5 is the newest project of Christophe Waterplas. The 20″ ADV.1 Wheels fit perfectly on the car. This year i’ll shoot it again with some new updates, including a RS6 Brembo Big Brake Kit. Enjoy! WheelsADV.1 WheelsAFVRSQ MV2 SL20″ x 10jTitanium hardwareSuspensionCustom RRAS struts Airlift Performance
After recovering from the post processing blackhole that was Tokyo Auto Salon 2015 (http://fatlace.com/2015/01/tokyo-auto-salon-2015/), I managed to do a quick cruise by Wekfest Hawaii 2015! Year after year the Aloha State shows off their true Elites, and this year is no different! This Revision Audio creation came to the show
This Sunday, February 8th, will be the 2nd Annual Ruck Out Hawaii presented by Cycle World, Super Street Bike, Honda, illest, Alpinestars, and Flexfit / BSCMP. If you happen to be in Honolulu come check it out or better yet participate in the rally, ride, and show. Last year’s event
Lately the Northeast feels more like the Artic Circle, currently it’s 16 degrees here in NJ. Two days ago the they were calling for a massive blizzard in which the Jersey Shore was looking at approximately 2 feet or better. Turns out the weather men had it all wrong and