Oh you didn’t know Lincoln, at one point, was into producing boats? Well consider this an education. What you are looking at is a 1966 Lincoln Continental Coupe measuring out to an astounding 18.5 ft long, owned by none other then AccuAir’s Mike Alexander.
Mike is certainly not new to the ways of driving low and parking lower.
It’s with great excitement that we announce our newest sponsor: Status Racing. Here is a little bit about the company:
Founded in 2004, Status Racing brought a new level of style and function to the performance seat market with a full line of composite racing seats. With a successful 7 years of project cars, seat sales, and brand establishment, Status Racing decided to take a new step.
Round 3 of Formula Drift 2011 has come to an end, and we’ve just finished our 13-hour each-way drive home and are exhausted to say the least. Palm Beach made for a great weekend and to say I’m eagerly anticipating the next event is an understatement. After two showers, I’m still covered in black tire residue and sand, and I can’t wait for more.
Palm Beach International Raceway was the venue this time around, a first for Formula D.
A show placed in a Bavarian themed village nestled away in the rural town of Helen, Georgia is one of the most unique car events held in the United States. Modeled after it’s “mother event” held on Worthersee Lake in Southern Austria, SoWo aims to take you back in time to the hay-day of the cars in attendance.
This is all well and good, but to me, this past weekend in that old Bavarian-themed town brought about a different atmosphere.
We are about to give you a short series on various perspectives from some of the StanceWorks photographers / members who got a chance to experience the wonderful weekend, referred to as Southern Worthersee. This first post is from the eyes of our good friend, Matt Dobre. Matt comes into everything he does with a sense of spontaneity and enthusiasm and it shows in his pictures.