Truth be told, I’m impressed we managed to post a Daily Grind piece without adding a new vehicle to the fleet. It was our first in a long, long time – Andrew’s Project Mini update – but the reality is we skipped sharing the addition of a new vehicle on purpose. We needed to break the streak. With that said, it should be rather on-the-nose this time around that this Daily Grind update is absolutely about the latest addition to the StanceWorks Garage.
With each new season of Fromula Drift comes new cars, new drivers, new teams, and new styles. It’s a sport that has evolved in countless ways – some more appreciated than others – but one thing remains constant. Formula Drift is owed a sense of gratitude for its captivation of young enthusiasts, and their introduction to the world to auto racing, in one form or another. And to that end, we owe the drivers too.
When it comes to automobiles, there’s something particular about the Italians and the way they do things. Compared to the rest of the world, somehow, the product of italian automotive passion seems inherently richer. There’s a touch of something more – often inexplicable – that stems from the land of the prancing horse. While that can be said of Italy’s cars, even the ones of the non-supercar variety, it can also be said of the parts and pieces that make them.
There’s no doubt that as racing enthusiasts, we all revel in the glory of rallying’s hey day: Group B. Legendary for their unmitigated speed and balls-out approach to racing in the sand, mud, dirt, and snow, it comes as no surprise that the BBC would put together what might just be the best documentary on the sport. Lights down, volume up, and enjoy our latest find from the reels.
Madness On Wheels – Rallyings Craziest Years…
On Saturday afternoon, the StanceWorks HQ parking lot filled with the sights and sounds of vintage race cars for our first ever PRE/GRID event. In association with VARA – the Vintage Auto Racing Association – we put forth an event that aims to celebrate everything that makes the world of vintage racing special, and with a bit of luck, we hope to bring a few new faces to the track for the next VARA event.