Our friends at CATuned nominated the StanceWorks team to give their best for the #BurnoutNomination. We figured what better way than to shred some brand new Nitto Dune Grapplers on the StanceWorks Model A. Geoff Tumang and Cory Hutchison – we’re calling you out! Give us your best. And if the rest of the StanceWorks community wants to show what they’ve got, we’re callin’ everyone else out too. Be safe. Burn Rubber.
Our latest wallpapers come from our coverage of the 52nd Annual 24 Hours of Daytona. As some of our favorite race coverage to date, we couldn’t help but take the opportunity to share not one – but two desktop wallpapers.
To save these desktops, right-click and save-as, or click the link here for the BMW Z4 and here for the Patron Prototype.
There are car classifieds that you just have to pass on when you stumble upon them. Perhaps your budget has already been dwindled by a recent wheel purchase, your garage can’t store another car, or your sense of better judgment finally speaks up. We’ve all been there. You muster up the strength and continue on in your web browsing, leaving behind a car that was calling your name.
For most die-hard BMW guys, the Dinan name is synonymous with some of the coolest, turbocharged shark-nosed four-round-healight-having Bavarian rockets of the ’80s, period. For an even broader audience, however, the very same name is synonymous with over-priced aftermarket BMW parts, upsold solely because of a name and badge.
Photography by Lorenzo Hamers
Steven Garreyn is no stranger to low cars: through our attempts to communicate with a translator and broken english, I gather he’s owned more cars than he can even begin to recall. The one thing he does know, however, is that he’s lowered each car as much as possible.