Here at StanceWorks, we are in the business of producing the unconventional. “Pushing the envelope” has become nomenclature around these parts, and we are going to do it again today.
This is Zayan Noyes-Aponte’s Mazda MX-5 and it’s running flares to accommodate for the 9.5 -20 RSs that run at all 4 corners. No, that is not a typo… see for yourself.
The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is an automotive charitable event, considered the most prestigious event of its kind. It is the finale of a week long festival of classic car events in the Monterey area of California. French for “a competition of elegance,” the Concours d’Elegance is an event open to both prewar and postwar collector cars in which they are judged for authenticity, function, history, and style.
A bit of automotive enthusiasm at it’s finest to finish off your Sunday evening.
It’s rare that I’ve got the chance to shoot anything other than drifting it seems this year. The sheer number of events we’ve been treated to this season have meant that whenever a non-drift weekend comes along I like to make the most of it by spending time at home with my family or generally doing something altogether non-car-related.
This put me in an interesting juxtaposition this weekend. The British Drift Championship takes place on Sunday only for this round.
Every once in a while we come across something that we find not only interesting, but inspiring, and we can’t help but share with our niche of the automotive world. Fuel Tank TV has released their first film, which focuses on Craig Metros and everything that makes him tick.