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Gelände: The Eurowise Cayenne

The German sporting car aftermarket and the name Eurowise have been synonymous since the North Carolina based tuning shop opened its doors back in 1999. Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche are their bread and butter, however several other badges have made their way onto the Eurowise operating tables over the years. Mike Ngo got things rolling…

The Fastest in the Land.

Motorsports in the Philippines has been in a doldrum for quite sometime. In my previous blog post where I featured Eurasia Motorsports, Mark Goddard said that the grassroots type events are blossoming and slowly giving the sport some resounding success stories which gives the Philippine Motorsport the momentum it needs. Now, The Philippine Motorsports enters…

Drive Your Cars

Peter and I caught up with Ralph recently as the weather got warmer in Sydney to shoot his super collectible Porsche 968CS. The thing with cars is that, you should probably enjoy them for their function, because for so many vehicles the art comes in utility and experience. Ralph originally co-owned this 968CS, buying at…

Flag Carrier.

Eurasia Motorsport was formed in Hong Kong in 2004 by three expat Brits, Mark Goddard, Martin Quick and Piers Hunnisett. They had all arrived in Asia in 1994 for the inaugural round of the Formula Asia Championship and all three ended up remaining in the region. Goddard managed the championship winning Toyota Alabang Formula Toyota…

Finding Happiness: Marc’s EK

It’s difficult to be satisfied as a builder. Happiness is frequently fleeting, there is always an issue to address, or a shortcoming that can be overcome. Perhaps it’s just a change, nonetheless things are rarely complete. “I’m happy with the car, maybe upgrade the suspension and the seats but not much else,” was Marc’s response…

Cars and Coffee Diamond Bar

Cars and Coffee has always been a popular weekend tradition that originated in Southern California. The impromptu car meet managed to attract an entire spectrum of car owners. The most popular and original one being Cars and Coffee Irvine was shut down after eight years of operation. Since then, it’s become more of a regional thing, where…

The Vibe of the Restomod

NA Miatas have been done to death, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t enjoy them anymore. It’s all in the execution, and Stephen’s car here in Sydney is the perfect example of how to do a proper restomod. Five years of ownership, five years of modification and improvements. Almost all components of the vehicle…

Desert Runner: Josh Backes’ GX470

The plethora of aftermarket automotive styles and cultures are what keep us going here at Fatlace and I always try to incorporate a wide variety of content to the page. Low cars and tight fitment are what we all cut our teeth on, but this Lexus was too cool not to feature. Enter Josh Backes…