You’ve all been granted one wish. Scroll through this entire post and pick the one car or bike you wish to drive this Sunday.
“As most of you already know by now Clean Culture has been a long time supporter of myself and my work. We have worked together on almost all of their major shows for years. 3 years ago they threw a meet at this same stadium and now 3 years later they came back to revisit it with a bigger mindset. Tons of quality cars showed up despite some morning rain. I was able to get some drone shots in before being asked to take it down.” – Krispy Media.
Imagine you’re driving down the street in your Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with the top down and you’re enjoying the weather. Behind the sound of the wind flowing by and the rumble of the V10 engine, you suddenly hear the distinct sounds of a motorcycle. Then, in your peripheral vision, you see a BMW S1000RR pulling a wheelie right beside you while the rider is staring you down. What do you do?
Last week we showed you Ken Block’s new toy: Hoonicorn V2. For those of you who missed it – where the f**k were you? In order to keep the internet’s insatiable commenters at bay, Ken and his crew have decided to take his epic skid show in a new direction. And step it up a notch in the process. It’s called ‘Climbkhana’. Which, if you haven’t guessed, is a portmanteau of ‘Hill Climb’ and ‘Gymkhana’. And the Hoonigan team haven’t started small, as they’ve attacked one of the most magical hill climbs on planet Earth: Pikes Peak.
Whenever legendary Aussie director Allan Hardy sends us something on email, we know it’s going to be epic. This morning was no different. Racing Stadium Super Trucks through the Brisbane City streets? Check. What about towing them via helicopter over the stunning Gold Coast, then dropping them on the sand for some cheeky racing? Check. Bravo guys, and well done SuperCheap Auto. Probably the best commercial playing in the country right now.
“Normally 200MPH + Police = a bad time….This is the complete opposite! This Underground Racing Audi R8 was competing on a closed course during the Fall Texas Invitational Roll Racing event. Operating on a closed airstrip northeast of Dallas, TX – this event is a battleground for an intense caliber of performance engineering. Luckily for this off duty officer who was helping as security, there is plenty of fun to be had for everyone as he was offered a ride along.” – 1320video.
“So here she is, just a little bit of a low rev pad practice to find my way left and right, but I think we are close. Just a few things to dial in and we we’ll be ready to take on Oz with the other 4 primo looking skid hacks. Stay tuned!” – HAUNT U.
“Once a year Houston, Texas becomes the street racing capitol of the world. Hosting vehicular machines with upwards of upwards of 2000hp, Houston is the stage for all those whole think they have what it takes to whoop some a** on the street to show the world what they’re made of. Continuing the Texas Streets franchise, we bring you Texas Streets EVADE!” – Purchase Here.
You can go out and buy a fast car if you want. But some people want to be more involved than that. They want to go out, buy a car, and then make it fast. If you want to take something good and make it great, we suggest you start with the Supra. It has incredible aftermarket support, which is always a good thing for a tuner. The reason this support exists for a car that hasn’t been made for 10 years is quite simple. The Supra has tons of potential for performance. They are sex on wheels. Make sure the volume is cranked before hitting play.
Just when you thought that one of the most iconic custom car builds of the last decade couldn’t get any better, Ken Block and Hoonigan have gone and improved upon the perfection that was Block’s 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR from Gymkhana SEVEN. How you ask? By adding two turbos to the equation and adding methanol. Dubbed Hoonicorn V2, it now features a twin-turbo setup that’s force-feeding 21 pounds of boost into a 410 cubic inch (6.7 litre) methanol motor. The end result? 1,400 horsepower at the crank that is then sent to all four wheels in an effort to vaporise Block’s Toyo tires instantly.
The BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle is the latest incarnation of BMW’s Vision Next series, which celebrates 100 years of the German brand. The bike has self-balancing systems to keep it upright both when standing and in motion. The bike also comes with a pair of glasses that span the entire field of vision and are controlled by eye movements-correlate to return active feedback about road conditions to the rider while adjusting the ride of the bike continuously depending on the rider’s driving style.
‘Conquer The Cape’ has dropped, attacking Franschhoek Pass at speeds up to 248kmh in the Mazda RX8 #BADBUL. “The danger element is very real and you have to stay super focused” – Mad Mike.