We hope that you all have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends. At StanceWorks we are truly thankful that you, our readers, continue to support us as we venture to bring you the automotive content that gets our heart racing. As a small token of our appreciation, we are discounting prices by up to 30% on all StanceWorks soft goods until Monday November 28th at Midnight EST. Enjoy the discounts and enjoy your holiday weekend.
Air Lift Performance is pulling out all of the stops this holiday season!
For a limited time, Air Lift Performance dealers will be offering up to 25% off all products. This includes all complete performance air suspension kits and even the latest control systems.
This Early Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal started at 12:01am EDT today (11/18) and will run through the conclusion of Cyber Monday (11/28), ending at 11:59PM EDT.
Cars are only original once. While more often than not, it’s desirable to have the best or cleanest example of any given marque when it comes to the game of Concours, when it comes to race cars, there’s no way to replicate the decades of earned patina and the battering that comes from racing door to door. The cars lucky enough to still sport their war wounds can’t be duplicated, and few cars survive with their origins and history still visible on the surface.
It took little time for the MOMO namesake to become a staple in the world of motorsports after Gianpiero Moretti launched the brand in 1964. By the end of the same year, it was a MOMO wheel that steered John Sutrees’s Ferrari to a Formula One world title. 50 years later, and a trip around any vintage race paddock will yield more MOMO wheels than any other, and it’s with good reason.
However, between then and now, the company has had its ups and downs.
For any race, half of the joy stems from wandering the paddocks. There is, of course, something to be said about the magic of cars screaming their way around the race track, but I also find a special sort of enjoyment in seeing the cars up close. At the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, much of the field stays the same, although year in and year out, a handful of new cars make the rounds.