Let's face it, Forza is typically very behind on receiving updates for it's many bugs and content fixes (or lack thereof). After seven iterations of the Motorsport franchise and three Horizon spin-off titles the digital drifting community has finally received a well deserved update that allows players to drift seamlessly compared to the unresponsive and unpredictable … Continue reading Forza Motorsport Drift Update: In Review
Back in April a source from the world renowned Porsche tuning company Rauh-Welt Begriff announced on his public social media accounts that they would be collaborating with the household named die-cast makers Hot Wheels on an Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB for short) model that will be mass produced at some point in the future. https://www.instagram.com/p/BhxAIzol6F8/?taken-by=christiancoujin Yesterday … Continue reading The RWB x Hot Wheels Collaboration is Finally Coming.
This morning I awoke to quite a surprise in the world of low-key auto manufacturers. Yesterday during the Goodwood Festival of Speed Noble Automotive (the makers of the infamously untamed Noble M600 super-car) announced their next motor-car: the Noble M500 (creative, right?). The car Noble had brought to the event isn't much of a car … Continue reading The Noble M500: What We Know.
If you have been following me on social media as of lately, you probably know that I am currently consuming all of my free time with a janky, used, and abused 1994 BMW 325is project car. The car was originally owned by a good friend of mine, of whom at the time of purchase owned … Continue reading Why I am Building My Car. (Instead of Buying One.)
The years of driving a car yourself are completely gone. In today's world our cars are filled with meaningless technology, an overwhelming amount of safety features geared toward the untalented, and automatic gearboxes. We have lost the feeling of the road, no longer do exhausts drone in the cabin, and worst of all the automobile … Continue reading Vehicle Showcase #3: 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera
Hey Guys! It's been awhile since I've written a blog here and I wanted to write about a neat experience I had recently while vacationing in northern Wisconsin. Some of you may have seen the photos on our Facebook page of the blue 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart, that small photo shoot is what prompted this … Continue reading GearBangerz Life: Vacation Turned Photo-Op
Classic cars, concession stands, swap meet vendors, and 60's hits blasting over the crude speaker system set up in the center of the park are just a few things you find at the Pierce Park Car Show every year in the heart of Appleton Wisconsin. For years I have put off going to this event … Continue reading The 40th Annual Pierce Park Car Show
Let's face it. It's summer time and everyone with their hearts in the car community want to cruise when it's beautiful out. We see the countless posts on Social Media about organizing meets and cruises, whether its from Walmart to Walmart late at night or a weekend ride around Lake Winnebago lasting nearly the whole … Continue reading Three Places You HAVE to cruise through in Wisconsin!
Close your eyes and picture this: You're at the drag strip and the smell of burnt rubber, high octane fuel, and maybe a little bit of burning oil grace your scent receptors as the sound of a monstrous V8 engine fills your chest with wondrous vibrations that make your spine tingle. What car are you … Continue reading Vehicle Showcase #2: Mike Wideman’s 1967 Chevy II Nova Wagon
Today is a day filled with bad news. First the loss of the original Batman, Adam West, then the passing of the Edelbrock visionary Vic Edelbrock, and now this: One of our favorite motoring show presenters and an inspiration for our blog Richard Hammond has been injured in a wreck during Switzerland's Hemburg Hillclimb. The … Continue reading Richard Hammond (Co-Host of Amazon Prime’s “The Grand Tour”) Injured in Wreck at Hemburg Hillclimb in Switzerland