Ornamental Conifer: Freedom Earned From Throttles Turned 

Art can be judged on an almost infinite number of criteria from technical skill, monetary value, importance in an artist’s body of work, etc. The best criteria, we feel, is judging art based on how it makes you feel. When viewed in that context, the art created by Ornamental Conifer (aka Nicolai Sclater) is awesome.… »Tuesday 2:21pm11/24/15 2:21pm


First Drive: The Sector 111 Drakan Spyder

The idea of a track day car, something designed solely to go as fast as possible on a track with almost no restrictions placed on the designer, is something that entered the automotive world’s collective conscience some time in the late nineties. They’ve always been the province of the more money than sense crowd, but… »10/08/15 5:52pm10/08/15 5:52pm

Porsche 962: Der Vorletzte Mittelmotor Rennwagen

The 1980s were a golden era for road racing both in the United States and Europe. The fields of cars were incredibly varied and competitive, the action was close, and the cars were FAST. No car was more dominant in endurance racing during this period than the legendary Porsche 962. Most race cars now have a… »9/23/15 1:49pm9/23/15 1:49pm

This Chevrolet May Not Be Clickbait, But It's Still Shockingly Average

The internet rewards extremes: The sports car that can hit 270 mph; the supercar that accelerates like a rifle bullet, the hot rod with two engines and four blowers. But what about the middle? Isn’t the highest exercise of restraint a superlative too? Can an average car be the best? »5/30/15 11:58am5/30/15 11:58am