Over the past few years, we’ve taken the opportunity to share our thoughts on a hand full of racing games and simulators. While we’re far from professional game reviewers, we are, first and foremost, car enthusiasts. That means we’ll take our automotive action however we can get it, and this time, that happens to be in the Dirt. This week, DiRT Rally hit store shelves, and ever since, we’ve struggled to put it down.
Well, that’s not entirely true.
Last night, the StanceWorks FJ62 Land Cruiser was stolen from Tustin, Orange County CA. Please help us spread the word and hopefully bring our project truck home.
1988 FJ62 Land Cruiser
Blue/Grey in Color
TN License Plate, 58367AA
Has an ARB front bumper, SuperWinch, 3-Spoke LodioDrive wheels, Nitto Trail Grappler tires, and a newly installed swing out rear bumper.
It’s a very distinctive truck, especially the wheels.
Having spent real time in California, the state has slowly proven its immense and vast natural beauty. The tropes of smoggy Los Angeles concrete jungle or the county that surrounds it is far from the best that the Golden State has to offer. It’s taken far too long for us to take time to ourselves to explore its parks and natural beauty; most of our trips north are for work over pleasure, despite how fun working trackside might be.
Our latest desktop wallpaper sees the return of the H&R E9, owned by Christian Heine, in Lennestadt, Germany. As one of 2016’s most successful feature cars, and as a personal favorite, it was an obvious choice for this week’s eye candy. Built with the same quality the H&R brand is known for, this 3.0CSi is a stunning example with a feature worth revisiting. You can read the full story by clicking here.
On a foggy morning at the Porsche Rennsport Reunion, a pair of Porsches sat outside the pit garages coated in a light dew. Former teammates on the Max Moritz Porsche Racing team, the two were back together at the race track to stretch their legs. Clad in a bright orange that burned through the haze was the Jagermeister Porsche 934 and next to it sat a Carrera RSR that glowed nearly as bright with its neon green Foto Quelle colors.