There’s no ignoring the impression left by an outstanding build. Cars of a certain caliber will speak to anyone with even a bit of oil running through their veins. However, often times more important than the car is the person behind it – commemorating and celebrating craftsmanship, skill, thought, and imagination are something StanceWorks has always stuck to.
It’s great to hear from our readers. We were recently contacted by an international follower who really appreciated our photoshoot of the Liberty Walk E92 M3, with hopes of finding a desktop wallpaper. We were happy to oblige, and thus, this week’s StanceWorks Wallpaper is the LB Performance E92 M3.
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The second annual Played Out Show, hosted by our friends at Players and Rotiform, gave us Southern Californians a Saturday morning of good friends, great weather, and best of all, killer cars. The parking lot was filled to the brim as friends, crews, and companies came to show their support.
It was a full 6 months before StanceWorks had even become an idea. 5 years ago, I remember seeing Nit In’s S2000, lit by the fluorescents of a concrete parking structure in a photograph shot by Jeff Morton. The photo was iconic in a sense; it has circled the web, making its way on to every forum at least a dozen times.
I’ve lost count of the number of times that I’ve spent an afternoon under the infield trees of Mid-Ohio. I spent the first 25 years of my life in Ohio, and through those years, the track always served as a staple destination for spring and summer weekends. My father first began attending races there in his youth and he passed the tradition on as I walked the course by his side at the age of 4.