On the weekend of April 4-5, Meremere Dragway hosted the NZ Hot Rod Mag Club Champs and Auckland Performance Tuning Nostalgia Drags. This is easily one of my favorite events of the year and is the last big event on the New Zealand drag racing calendar for 2014-15 season.
As I embarked on a tour of automotive photography around the globe, Seattle > Tokyo > Dubai > Seattle, I haphazardly stumbled into the 2015 Dubai International Boat Show. By chance our friends at Zenvo and W Motors are displaying cars in the Supercar Promenade at the show and invite eGarage along.
Our friend and photographer Jordan Cole down has a knack for uncovering all sorts of amazing cars from rare imports to hot rod madness, so when he emailed and asked if we would like to see some pictures of a former Michael Schumacher’s Formula 1 car he just shot, we were eager to take a look.
On 10th February I left Zürich around 4:30 am, with a plan to reach BMW in Munich by 8 am. Because of traffic I was a little late but when I saw my reward for getting up early, all smiles. Sara Näse spends a winter day with the BMW I8.
Sometimes the best creations come from things that were never meant to work together. Meet Justin, the owner of a 1955 Divco milk truck that gets the job done just a little bit faster these days. Read on to see how this simple work vehicle got a new lease on life.
Born out of extensive motorsport experience – and using the brand’s acknowledged flair for design and engineering ingenuity – the 800-plus bhp, all-carbon fibre Aston Martin Vulcan – limited to just 24 examples worldwide.
The show was thick. Oozing with culture. Flannel, coffee, beards, beers, art, music, and motorcycles. Outside a retrofitted warehouse just outside of Portland, the lines formed fast and were often full of people waiting to get inside.
We’ve always talked about getting an RV and living on the road…but always spoke of it in terms of later on in life always after accomplishing a list of milestones like paying off student loans or saving up a certain amount of money first.