It hasn’t been long since the Hoonigan team pumped out the last Gymkhana film, which took place on the wild streets of Dubai. This time, they’d dropped a gear, and brought the franchise back to its roots. Ken Block wrestles with his Ford Focus RS-RX through an abandoned industrial/train complex, bringing the video back to its roots with a refreshing taste of the original films. Give Ken Block’s Gymkhana 9: Raw Industrial Playground a go, and let us know what you think.
Air Lift Performance: If you’ve got a BMW, you know that you can expect the ultimate in sporting prowess, elegance, and comfort. With the BMW F30, the world’s best-selling premium car, it’s the perfect candidate for an Air Lift Performance makeover – putting your Bimmer on the ground and giving you those sporty dynamics that you’re looking for.
Now, there are lots of options for lowering your BMW, but nothing gives you the versatility of air suspension.
From time to time, our friend Kris Clewell pops in, offering a new piece, opinion, or sometimes, just a glimpse of the latest through his lens. As one of the community’s opinionated “free thinkers,” his voice is always welcomed, if not always seen eye-to-eye. Coming from the age of magazine journalism, Kris has watched as the industry changed and evolved, doing his best to stay true to himself and his community.
More than two years ago, StanceWorks embarked on its most modern project car to date – a 2000 BMW 740iL, with Jeremy Whittle behind the wheel. What began as “daily cruiser” quickly evolved, and in time, became what we’d consider might just be one of the best E38s out there, although we’re clearly biased.
Rimal Chand’s E24 is clearly a crowd favorite. Luckily for us, Rimal is hard at work on a new project: a white E23. As his résumé demonstrates, we’re surely in for a treat upon completion. Until then, we’ll have to continue to enjoy his gorgeous 635CSi. As a result, we bring you the latest StanceWorks desktop wallpaper. If you missed Rimal’s feature, you can see more of the blue coupe here.
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