I live about half an hour away from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ann Arbor is an interesting city with the University of Michigan right in the center. It’s a high-tech city that is filled with businesses and shops that cater to the high-tech community and university students. Its also home to a few well known car […]
Every weekend in the summer there’s racing all over the globe. And usually I’m upset because I can never get enough racing, and I don’t think I ever will. But recently there was one of the best weekends this year. TUDOR was at Watkins Glen for their six hour race, Pirelli World Challenge was racing […]
A couple months ago I heard that Ken Lingenfelter was having an open house at his collection. It’s been a few years since my last visit, so I decided it’d be a good time to catch up on what’s new. Since this collection is probably the best car collection in Michigan, it attracts a pretty decent […]
The Belgian rally season traditionally kicks off with the Legend Boucles de Spa. In fact it has marked the beginning of each season since 1953, when it was named ‘Rallye des Routes Blanches.’ After 2004 the rally was no longer part of the Belgian and European Rally Championship, however it has become one of the […]
Often named The Green Hell, the famous Nürburgring is quite the opposite of a hell to me. As an enthusiast for pretty much anything with an internal combustion engine, this long stretch of asphalt leading through the Eifel region in Germany is what I consider heaven on earth. Especially the part they call the Nordschleife, […]
To put it lightly, there couldn’t have been a better way to end the first season of the TUDOR United Sportscar Championship. It was 65 degrees and sunny for 10 hours around Road Atlanta. I’ve photographed this track twice before, but both times were for Formula Drift, which takes place on a very specific part […]
The 24h Nürburgring Qualifying Race is an all-new event organized by the ADAC Nordrhein. The main objective of this race is to give the drivers and teams an optimum testing opportunity before the 24h Race in June. Over the weekend the teams had 15 hours on the track for testing and adjusting their cars under […]
Cities and towns all over the world have car shows, it’s the norm. People love to show off their pride and joys to anyone who enjoys cars. One show that is known around the world as one of the best weekly get togethers there is Cars and Coffee in Irvine, California.
The Belgian rally season traditionally kicks off with the Legend Boucles de Spa. In fact it has marked the beginning of each season since 1953, when it was named ‘Rallye des Routes Blanches’. After 2004 the rally was no longer part of the Championship, however it has become one of the best historic rallies in […]
I’m a photographer. And I, like many photographers, enjoy using old school film cameras. But why would anyone want to use technology as outdated as a film camera when the latest digital technology allows users to have 102400 ISO speed, 10 frames per second, and 61 autofocus points? Why would anyone want to give all […]
Another year is coming to an end, but of course no racing season would be complete without spending 25 cold hours chasing race cars around the three mile course that is Thunderhill Raceway. The Ehret Porsche GT3 team would be return to defend its title, and the Rotek Audi TT team was returned, determined to […]
Hi, I’m new Guest Blaster Brad Hodgin. I’m a 16 year old car lover and photographer from North Carolina. Virginia International Raceway is a very special place to me. It’s special because it is where I attended my first road race ever. I can still remember the first time my dad brought my brother and […]
Every summer a whole bunch of racing enthusiasts meet at Laguna Seca for one of the coolest events of the year: the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. What makes this meet so good is that these enthusiasts happen to be fairly well off so they like to bring multi-million dollar historic race cars with them. You can […]
It never fails that when my family goes on a vacation, we find some sort of racing event around. This year while in the Cotswolds of England, we were just down the street from the Prescott Hill Climb. So naturally, we set aside a day to check it out.
We’ve been anxiously awaiting this year’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill, thinking of shots, going over ideas, planning, and waiting. But then sometimes the unexpected happens. Just a week or so before North America’s longest endurance race was set to start, Geoff got a call from NASA Race Director Jeff Mohler, to see if he’d be interested […]
On a warm, sunny, and muggy day in Ohio, thousands of people came out to watch some of the most technical cars on our shores. The American Le Mans Series held its 6th race of the 2012 season, the simply titled Mid Ohio Sports Car Challenge.
If you’ve never been to a long endurance race before, you’re missing out. At 25 hours, NASA’s annual enduro at Thunderhill is the longest in the world. Though it’s mostly amateur teams running, there’s no shortage of excitement, skill, determination, perseverance, hard work, and hard decisions.