Immediately following SEMA, the Bag Riders crew and their illustrious E92 set out for the Arizona desert. The Bag Riders E92 made its initial debut back in 2010, and has since transformed into a community favorite, most recently spotted in the streets of Ocean City, Maryland sporting a RedBull livery. This time around, the crew has toned things down. To celebrate the car’s latest iteration, the gang wanted to capture the car not only in photos, but in video.
The web of history that lies behind race cars is one of a particular complexity, often interspersed with gaping holes of missing information. In a looser era of racing, on-track accidents forced chassis exchanges, while lengthy customs forms shuffled classification numbers. As cars changed owners, retired to the back of dark shops, or fell into disrepair, their histories grew foggier.
At the beginning of the year, the StanceWorks Model A was sold to Koen Lauwereys from Evergem, Belgium. It took a staggering six months to ship and move the truck through customs, but it seems the Model A is now in good hands with an enthusiastic owner. Mike Crawat, a friend and fellow photographer, took some time to shoot some images and a short video, and we’re excited to see the hot rod still burning rubber.
“The first time I saw a Bavaria, it was not love at first sight, and frankly it did not catch my eye,” Brian Hoehne tells me. It wasn’t quite what I expected, coming from the owner of one of the few classic BMWs present at H2Oi. Instead of a long-term love affair with the car and the marque, Brian’s love for cars has flourished in a different way; a story dissimilar to the average tale of car and driver.
Earlier this year, Rotiform’s Brian Henderson and Carl Taylor arrived at Worthersee in a pair of Rocket Bunny-kitted E36 “Art Cars,” stealing the show with their loud but historic color schemes, aggressive nature, and flamboyant style. In the wake of success, Carl Taylor has done it again, this time harking to one of DTM’s best liveries: the Valier Team Tic Tac E30 M3.