Over this past weekend, the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans took place and most of us are rather disappointed we could not attend. This legendary race is a grueling form of auto racing and can only be performed by the best drivers and teams. It is rather amazing that these teams can keep these high end racecars in a suitable form for a full 24 hours of endurance racing.
This years race was rather spectacular and Toyota Gazoo Racing went 1 and 2, giving Fernando Alonso a back to back Le Mans Win. In LMP2, Signatech Alpine Matmut took the class win while in GTE-Pro, AF Corse took home the trophy with the Ferrari 488 GTE Evo.
A couple weeks ago, the people at Lamborghini decided to unveil some rendered images of a Lamborghini Huracan off road rally car. The internet was ablaze with excitement but shortly after, the stark truth hit that this car would never go into production and that only 1 or 2 would be made and traveled around the world to different car shows. This seemed purely like a PR stunt and a way for Lamborghini to say, “look what we can do but wont.” In a turn of events, Lamborghini actually seems to be considering putting this vehicle into production. Whether the owners would actually use the car for off-roading is up to debate, but either way, this could be one seriously wicked machine.
A few weeks ago, a historic racing event occurred at Sonoma Raceway and the guys over at SpeedHunters decided to cover the event. I think we all should be truly blown away by the amount of legendary racecars that attended this event. Everything from the Ferrari 250 GTO to the 2016 Mercedes Benz AMG W07/04 F1 car were ripping around the track, a sight that is rarely if ever seen in this day and age. Kudos to the owners for taking their near priceless racecars and throwing them around the track.
Yet another car show with an EG Hatch that is slammed to the ground with a sparkle wrap on it. Even though this show has many cars like that, there a few gems at this show. Fitted Lifestyle 2019 took place in Ontario this past weekend and it included some very rad cars. Everything from BMW’s to Nissans attended and yes, every car was sitting on the floor. Take a look at the show photos here.