It's been a while since I have posted. So, here I present you the final round of the GTT Drift Championship.
Due to some problems with the locals partners in Onesti, the last three events were left without a location so Gabriel Onofrei (the organiser of GTT Drift Championship) managed to have them all at the awesome Prejmer Circuit outside of Brasov.
Check out all the action in the video. …Continue
Here is my first instalment of Back to the Streets. Back to the Streets is a series of street drifting blogs that i shall be running over the winter to show you guys out there that just because the main session has finished doesn’t mean everyone locks the doors and starts building projects.
Another belated event blog from me (day jobs are a terrible nuisance when you have photos to sort through, aren’t they?), but I managed to squeeze in a trip to Croft last month for the final round of the British Rallycross Championship and British Rallycross Grand Prix.
The 2013 Supercar Championship had been secured by Julian Godfrey at Pembrey, with his closest rival Pat Doran now too far behind to challenge for the title, despite Doran taking the win last time out. Third place in the Championship was still up for grabs though, with Jon B. Hrolfsson, “Mad” Mark Watson, Andy…Continue
Ive been a little bit slack since the drift season has finished but I haven't been completely lazy! Work has been manic and I have be planning shoots and getting stuff ready for christmas.
I personally think this is something a little special and love the idea of it being something a little different.
Here is a little story to how it all began.
Two of my friend had a bet on. Who had the fastest car, one was a fox body Mustang and the other was this Ford Sierra but its sort of got out of hand now.
Here is a little write up on the Ford.
It has a 347 stroker 5.2 litre Mustang V8 engine running about 400hp under the hood..…Continue
Saturday morning, myself and fellow Fueltopia Staffer Dan headed down to Moorside Garage in Maidenhead to see one of my customers – it wasn’t a leisure visit though as I had recently found out that they had finished building their MG ZR Track Car, what we didn’t expect was the story behind it.
I’ve spoken to the owner Michael and the rest of his team for a few months now, and it wasn’t…Continue
Last week the futuristic Lamborghini Veneno Roadster made a special pit-stop unveil at the LA Autoshow ahead of it's billed Middle Eastern release on December 1 - excited? We are...
Let's look at the stats - 750 raging ponies lie under the good foot and get whipped into action by the 6.5-litre V12 motor. O-60 fades into history in a mere 2.9 seconds making this faster than Millennium Falcon in hyperdrive.…Continue
So back on the first weekend of Novmember 2013, I was invited out to Monster Energy Gymkhana Grid Final in Madrid. Working out a way of getting there was the first step to making sure I could attend the awesome event that is Gymkhana Grid. After a lot of looking around I finally managed to hitch a lift with Monster Army and Fueltopia Driver Luke Woodham.
After spending 24 hours on a ferry from Portsmouth to Spain we where all ready to head to Madrid. Also heading over from the UK was Team Fast Japs driver Jake Archer and Scoobie Clinic sponsored Dmitrij Sribnyj.…
The Jaguar F-Type is to be unveiled at the LA Autoshow this week and boy, does it look a handy piece of kit. For us petrolheads here at Fueltopia, the once conservative car manufacturer has suddenly had a shot of intensive java in the design department and about time too as this will certainly snap the necks of passers-by when its lose in the city.
The F-Type looks the part as the sleek aluminium wraps over its wheels and looks squat and aggressive. This car isn’t all about the looks, Jaguar have kept it real and not opted for the all-show and no-go. The growl and bark come from an amplified supercharged 5.0-litre V8 that throws the 550PS(542bhp) to the rear wheels and will blur 60mph in four seconds. Active diff’s,…Continue
Personally, I believe Rally is one of the best Motorsports around.
The machines, the people who are part of it, the environments in which they're held, the accessibility, the history of the sport.
There isn't many motorsports where you can crouch down in a wet muddy ditch a few feet away from the course, with these epic machines heading towards you at full chat, protected by nothing but the odd tree.
As much as I love series like the BTCC and British GT, there really is nothing like a proper rally!
Every year November is a month I look forward to, yes the summer is over and the winter is here, but it does mean the Annual JTL South of England Tempest Rally comes to…Continue