Charlie, the Scotsman

24 04 2012

The first round of BDC at Teesside revealed Charlie, the new drift car driven by David Waterworth. Project Charlie was classified as top secret and was kept as quiet as possible to wow the crowds this season (2012). I was one of the very lucky people who could be around when the project started, and I managed to keep a brief record of the progress.
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Mean Machine

18 04 2012


I like the cars designed for drivers, not the cars to be driven in. I also have a soft spot for machines which were created with a pinch of anger and rebel. This is why I would always choose Bentley over Rolls and Lambo over Ferrari. Not so long ago I had a pleasure to take photos of a stunning example of the rebel of designers. Instead another sturdy coupe with a high roof line for the ease of access they created a milestone of european coupes, the BMW 6 e24.

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The drift-limo

29 10 2011

If you are into JDM car culture you will know how rare these 4door skylines are … you will also understand how I feel writing about this particular car. Read the rest of this entry »





Taste of Japan

23 09 2011

Following build-threads of these cars one could write a guide how to modify a car without ruining it. To start off you need a car, passion, good taste and a lot of patience …

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Radical experience

7 02 2011
Simple equation:
160 bhp + 440 kg + tons of adrenaline = Radical




Capri – ‘the sexy European’

14 09 2010

Capri was European answer to the overwhelming success of his American big brother – Ford Mustang. This muscle car was advertised as “The car you always promised yourself” or “The Sexy European” and production lasted long 17 years (1969 to 1986). And there is a good reason why they are so sought after these days by a crowd of petrolheads…

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‘Scooby’

20 08 2010

A photoshoot of a classic Subaru Impreza WRX – after a diet, subtle mods to the engine it’s ready to hit the track!

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