What does it take to kill a car?

It’s pretty obvious fire is one way. Severe collisions, intense flood damage, and of course, rust… They’re all capable of reducing anyone’s pride and joy into nothing more than a worthless scrap of steel and alloy. If you ask anyone who has put blood, sweat, tears, and most importantly, heart, into a car, they’ll tell you that there’s little worse than losing it all. For many of us, cars are an extension of ourselves.

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2010 VW Days France

StanceWorks

Awol.tv bringing a fresh take at VW Days in France. Breathtaking view of Paris at the beginning of the short. Awol is in the process of boarding a plane to head back to Paris to partake in VW Days 2011, so stay tuned for that.
Here is the StanceWorks trailer of AWOL.tv’s E3S6:

As always, for the full segement, click on the link below:
AWOL E3S6: VW Days France from AWOL.

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Drift Attack is slowly becoming one of the more notable drift events in the Australian scene. Having been run in previous years, this year Victorian Drift Club is holding two this year. Competitors come from across Australia to compete, show off their skills and do what they love.

The atmosphere is much different to that of the open practice days. The tension in the air can be cut with a knife once the qualifying rounds begin.

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There is something visceral about seeing ideas take shape. Envisioning objects forming together to become a unified celebration of art. This concept transcends into various avenues, such as the efforts of different individuals utilizing their skills to form something grand. There is nothing more fulfilling then the end result of master craftsmen gathering to toil the day and night away in order to out-perform their prior masterpiece.

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Formula Drift: Atlanta

Mike Burroughs

It has been 24 hours; the wonderful scent of raw fuel and incinerated tires has finally been expunged from my lungs, but the smile remains. Formula Drift: Atlanta was all-out this year, leaving nothing to be desired.

The competition at Formula D doesn’t fall short; it’s cutthroat to say the least, with the hardest part being the big names versus the privateers… the guys like you and I, putting cars together in their garages with cash from their own paychecks.

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