Investments are a good idea, especially when they’re the right ones. If we knew what was a sure bet, like Biff did in Back to the Future Part II, it’d be easy to put money down on a winner. Still, it’s fun to speculate.
Attentive gearheads will see patterns in the market; a few of us can even act on them. With the warm days and nights of Spring just around the corner, we took out our crystal ball and attempted to predict what will be The Next Big Thing in the collector car world. After all, RRSPs offer good return on your money, but it’s awful hard to do a burnout in a bank statement.
Most motorsport fans know that NASCAR’s roots are soaked in moonshine, harking back to the days when enterprising good ol’ boys would hot rod their cars for the express purpose of outrunning Officer Friendly.
In this high-octane article over on wheels.ca, Matthew the Car Guy takes a look at the machines used to outsmart and outrun the revenuers … then gives his take on a modern day stock of 100 proof ‘shine approved by Junior Johnson himself.
There are a myriad of driving schools out there, ranging from those tailored to brand-new drivers getting behind the wheel for the first time to speciality outfits who offer accredited courses in racing manoeuvres and high-speed car control.
All this proves that learning can be fun … at least when you’re sliding a Porsche 911 around a frozen racetrack. Check out the full story over on wheels.ca
It’s exactly one week until Christmas Day! Still scratching your head trying to think of a perfect gift for the gearhead on your list this year? Fear not, as we have some great ideas for you. Find the full list in an article by Matthew the Car Guy over on wheels.ca
On November 20th, one of four drivers will be crowned champion of the 2016 NASCAR season. Sponsors will be thanked, trophies will be raised, and country music will probably be played very loudly.
Matthew the Car Guy, a longtime NASCAR fan, took a look back through time and picked some of his favourites. Head over to wheels.ca and hang on tight as he burns rubber through his Top Ten Epic NASCAR Moments.
You know the Caterham 620R, right? A whopping 310 supercharged horses from its 2.0L supercharged Ford Duratec engine, sticky tires, and just a shade over 1250lbs. From a standstill, it’ll reach 100 kmh in just 2.8 seconds.
Now, LEGO has hit it with its shrink ray, creating one of the best looking kits we’ve seen in ages.
Thanks to a squillion cups of coffee and a few iterations, we’re proud to present our new logo. Look for it across our different social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. It’s your mark for low-fat, high-test automotive excellence. Obviously.