We’re ecstatic to premiere the latest episode of Tuerck’d, Ryan Tuerck’s rapidly-growing online drift web series. This time around, Drift Alliance brothers Tony Angelo, Chris Forsberg, and Vaughn Gittin Jr all join in for a door-to-door round of “Opposite Controls,” a game in which the controls are split between driver and passenger. Catch it first here on StanceWorks.
While we’re absolutely in love with the craziness and oddities, Bosozoku styling is questionable at best for many; however, Morohoshi-san has taken it to an entirely new level. Luke Huxham and Maiham Media have put together a breath-taking short, titled “Underground Hero: Love to Hate Me,” that follows Morohoshi-San, an underground businessman that specializes in jobs that fall within the “gray area” of legality. As Luke put it, “Style is personal, fun is universal.
Photography by Ethan Watson
It was in ’73 that BMW brought the 2002 Turbo to the market – but just one year prior, BMW unveiled the “Turbo Concept.” In many ways, it was an M1 predecessor, and is, to this day, still seen by most as the father to the mid-engined legend. Styling cues from the prototype made their way to the M1, the 8-series, and even the lesser-known Z1. However, under Paul Bracq-penned Turbo Concept’s skin is something far more relevant to our story.
Founded in 2011, The Lowly Gentlemen is a joint project from the artistic minds of Andrew Ritter and Mike Burroughs, the founders of STANCE|WORKS. The brand serves as an embodiment of the community and lifestyle that spawns from automotive enthusiasm. Artistic self expression, craftsmanship, and aesthetics are brought together to construct an automotive apparel company that offers quality clothing and motoring accessories.
There’s nothing worse than wild inaccuracies, and there’s no question that BMW fanatics are shaking their heads. I can hear it now: “The BMW ‘New Class’ began with the 1500 in 1961, and the 1602 didn’t come out until 1966!” BMW’s post-war brand owes everything to the success of the New Class 1500 sedan; its sales allowed the company to pay its shareholders due dividends for the first time since the early ’40s.