THE AVILA MOTORING INVITATIONAL
July 21st 2012 – Avila Beach California
2PM – 7PM
There’s only a few days left to register for StanceWorks’s Avila Motoring invitational, so be sure to get those show car entries in and take advantage of the pre-order discounts on spectator tickets.
Click here to purchase your spectator tickets.
Click here to register your car for the show.
Gatebil: arguably one of the craziest weekends in the automotive world. 4 weeks ago, they held an event in Sweden at Mantorp Park. It was unlike anything I had ever seen. Roughly 20,000 people showed up and there must have been at least 1,000 participants. Something I feel as though could never happen in the US.
Gatebil doesn’t just focus on one area of motorsport either. Drifters, time attack racers, and people who just want some track time are all welcome.
One of the blessings of our success is the reach we’ve gathered. I woke up this morning to find an email from Ryan Jerrell, expressing his appreciation for the breadth of our content, and in particular, our love for the lowrider scene. He was kind enough to share his own car with us, and needless to say, I couldn’t help but do the same. Here’s Ryan’s unbelievably well done ’64 Impala.
We’re hoping this is merely the tip of the iceberg of what may be to come.
Earlier this year, we spent an afternoon with the Low’n Slow crew from Los Angeles, California. Throughout the day, we took the chance to shoot several of the crew’s cars, such as Jesse’ s Celica and Milt’s 350z. Last but not least, we’re proud to share four of a kind: Noel, Victor, Chris, and Squires’ Gs and Zs.
While entirely unique in their own rights, 350Zs and G35s are very similar cars, sharing what is essentially the same chassis.
Let’s face it: If you’re unfamiliar with air suspension, the thought of bagging a car is a daunting one. Between struts, bags, fittings, compressors, lines, and management, it’s difficult to establish your bearings. A solid portion of the market is catered to with bolt-in kits, meaning most of what you need, if not everything, comes in a box and simply awaits installation. However, many cars aren’t so lucky.