It seems like every year Gridlife gets bigger and bigger. Last year it seemed like it was at maximum capacity, but somehow the Gridlife crew managed to top it. I overheard some conversations that Gingerman Raceway was actually completely full.
I haven’t been too active on here of recent, but I will have some stories coming soon. But in the meantime, here are some scenes from this year’s Woodward Dream Cruise. One million people and around 40,000 cars; its nothing but a big party surrounding a massive traffic jam.
It’s mid to late December 2016 and I’m plotting and scheming what cool things I could do in 2017. There’s one big motorsport I still hadn’t seen and I desperately wanted to cross it off the list. WRC.
What happens when you mix race cars, drift cars, music and a few thousand people? Simple, Gridlife.
Last April I wrote a story about spring finally hitting here in Michigan. I started off at Ann Arbor Cars and Coffee and ended up heading to Parking at Pasteiner’s. Now it’s May of 2017 and here I am again, doing a story on the same two places celebrating the return of spring.
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing. Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Daytona Florida.
Private shooting range, Beach Lake, Pennsylvania
After going to The Race of Gentlemen back in 2015 in Wildwood, New Jersey, I just had to go again in this year. After finding out they were also going to be a running the event on the West Coast I mentioned it to Bohan and he immediately suggested “Why not come for TROG and just check out […]
Back in April I had received a text asking “Hey, Red Hook is this weekend. You going?” Having never heard of this race before I found myself in Red Hook, Brooklyn just a couple nights later, in complete awe by the energy surrounding this event.
It’s Earth Day, so I’ve put together a collection of our best photos of Earth, shot everywhere from Hawaii to Norway, from Alaska to Mexico, from Scotland to Japan. We’ve seen rain forests, deserts, and snowy mountains in our journeys, as well as some of Earth’s most important cities and famous landmarks. .:Bohan
Photography and motorsports have brought me to a handful of places throughout the country and has introduced me to plenty of new people. Back in 2014 I went up to Connecticut for a rally friend’s BBQ where I made a new friend, Erin Kelly. Later on I learned that Erin’s brother, Jay Kelly, owns a […]
GM doesn’t have an actual museum in the Detroit area; none of the big three do actually. Ford has some cars in the Henry Ford, Chrysler had the Walter P Chrysler Museum, which is now private. And GM has their Heritage Center.
December 1st, 2014 I had moved back to New York, shot a few events and bought myself a new camera. But 2015 is when I became an official Life Blaster and things really started getting interesting. It was snowing in NY that March so my first event for the year I escaped the cold and went […]
On December 13th I found my way to the Jacob Javits Convention Center in NYC. This place has been one of the single biggest and sought-after locations for conventions, trade shows, and events since 1986. Popular events like the International Auto Show and Comic Con are held here every year.
Benicia, California: Another year, another tally mark on the wall of life. In many ways, 2014 had been the worst year of my life, so I was happy when January 1st, 2015 came around. I was nearing the end of my 1980 CB650 build, and on a rainy January night I rolled it outside in […]
We’re finally approaching the winter season and that usually means less car events. Luckily for me one day fellow Blaster Eric Delaney messaged me about this east coast event called “The Race of Gentlemen”, a.k.a. T.R.O.G, in Wildwood, NJ. Without hesitation I found the event website, watched a short video on the event and once […]
Most people know about Car Week, or have at least seen photos from it. The week before the Monterey Historic races and Pebble Beach, Carmel and Monterey are overrun with the most exotic cars in the world. McLaren P1s and LaFerraris can be seen on every block, and some the of the most desirable and […]