It’s that time of the year again when hundreds of people descend on the Mount Panorama, Bathurst for a full on 4 day event of cars, cars and more cars.
Yep that’s right, it’s Bathurst 1000 time people. A yearly event that takes place in October, where fast cars are the biggest of deals. When revheads get their time to shine and when those who love cars but are too shy to admit it, have a time to let their hair down. It’s a big weekend and a big deal with a lot of different things happening, such as legendary Craig Lowndes last event. Continue reading
Our good friends at MotorSport M8 have reviewed a review copy of Joel Wakley’s new book The Passion for Muscle Car – The Australian Pursuit of Power 1950-1980 for us that we sent to them. Continue reading
At the Goodwood Festival of Speed which just took place over the last four days in London, Nissan boss Alfonso Albaisa made a pretty big announcement –
The next-generation Nissan GT-R will be the “fastest super sports car in the world” when it’s finally introduced in around 2021.
Now that is a statement! Continue reading
Yesterday saw the second leg of the Watpac Townsville 400 take place
If you haven’t watched the race and are waiting to watch your recorded race, then I would stop reading now. If you like a spoiler or already know what went down, carry on reading…
This morning I was shown a news article that kind of blew my mind.
It came from news.com.au and was written by Craig Duff. Titled – Ford Falcon GTHO Phase III sets new muscle car mark at $1m-plus, pretty much tells you what is going to be written in the article, but none the less, it is still worth the read. Continue reading
Last night, just before midnight Australian time, the Monaco Grand Prix took place.
Drama and controversy once again were part of the highlights of the race, with Aussie Daniel Riccardo taking out the win from pole position, despite what some are saying is the most boring race of the year. Continue reading