John Benton has obviously been cut from a different cloth. In a community where many of the older shop owners hold on tight to the trade secrets they’ve learned over the years, John is an open book. Rather than hole up in a garage, jaded by decades in the automotive world, John is the first to share what he’s learned and openly reach out when he needs help.
I started planning this trip a long time ago, in my free time. When it was finally time to leave, I left Santa Barbara around 9am on Saturday to start the long trek towards the St. George area to meet up with Chandler and Chris at the trail head of a spot I like.
When it comes to cool cars, there are a million-and-one ways to build them. That’s probably pretty obvious. However, there are also a handful of surefire tried-and-true ways to build a show stopper. From its gloss black paint and its polished BBS RS wheels, to the fact that it’s a classic BMW laid flat on the ground, Oliver Grimme’s ’73 2002 Tii fits into the latter.
If there’s one thing our readers have made clear, it’s that the H&R Springs E9 is a fan favorite. We can’t say we’re surprised, truth be told. Fittingly, we’re bringing another image from the series to the homepage as a desktop wallpaper. The last one is perhaps our most popular, and while sometimes we need to update our desktops from time to time, maybe it’s worth sticking close to home. So here you go! Simply right-click and save-as.
The Nürburgring. There’s no way I can as eloquently depict this motorsport Mecca, than what has already been written over the years. What I can tell you however, is that you MUST go. Nothing I could say will come close to touching upon just how utterly mind bending this place is.
The ADAC Nürburgring 24 Hour was my first 24 hour race. Something I thought I was prepared for after numerous conversations with N24 veterans. Boy, was I wrong.