Vintage racing is some of the best racing in the world. The thrill of seeing the cars you never got to see race in their prime running around the track at speed is incredible. The sights, sounds, and smells are generally quite unlike anything you’d get from a modern racing series event.
You know the old saying, “Red sky at night, sailors delight. Red Lambo in the morning, life will never be boring.” That’s it, right?
I remember when BMW coupes were actual two-door coupes, exuding real class and opulence, and not four-door hatchbacks on stilts with poor rear headroom. Thank god for the used market, and thank god for the BMW E9.
The A20-generation Toyota Celica is one of the coolest cars Japan ever built. Styled to vaguely ape the proportions of early 1970s American pony cars, the first-gen is often referred to colloquially as the ‘Mustang Celica’. It’s a great shape that looks even better in these awesome photos from Derick Yan.
The Lexus LC is the absolute epitome of polarizing automotive design. For everyone who thinks it is gorgeous, you can find someone else who thinks it is an overwrought design disaster. That said, you can’t argue with this awesome photo Jeremy Nguyen shot.
Our undying love for R34 Nissan Skyline GT-Rs will never truly be satisfied, but this pretty wallpaper of a rare 2000 V-Spec edition will do in the meantime. Only 1,200 were ever made. This one has a full Nismo body kit, HKS Hypermax IV coilovers, and rare Nismo LMGT4 wheels—and we like it.
Winston Moy recently took a few photographs of his friend Gleb’s C5 Corvette Z06 in Manhattan. There’s something so be said for a cityscape photo, and the guy rolling the dumpster in the background just adds to the effect.
We love it when you readers send us your Weekend Wallpaper submissions. But you’ve been sending us too many damn BMWs lately! Listen, friend, I’m super glad you’re enjoying your M4. I like BMWs too. Even owned some. But there are more cars out there. Let’s celebrate all the good cars.
Photographer Michael D’Ambrosio took this photo of his very own 2011 BMW M3 ZCP Competition Package. My god is it perfect.
Two of them! I have two wallpapers for you this weekend! Who loves you the best, baby?
I’m torn on which photo I like better, so I’ll drop you two from the steady hands of Michael D’Ambrosio this week, with shots of his friend’s 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider. The second one reminds me of my own personal ideal memory of the 1990s.
Having recently become transfixed with the concept of two-tone and multi-tone paint jobs that just seem to work, it’s only fitting that I pull Eric’s picture of a Toyota AE86 out of my inbox and share it with all of you to adorn your desktops.
What’s better than one Camaro? How about two Camaros? It’s like street NASCAR out here.
Audi really knocked it out of the park with the first Audi R8 over ten years ago, and I still don’t think the new design captures what the first one accomplished. Now it can zoom onto your desktop should you rr-eight this picture high enough.
The Ultima GTR is one of the purist supercars that maybe, kind-of, could be the fastest car in the world. Now you can purify your desktop with these incredibly corny images.
On July 7, 2017, there was a meetup of Mazda RX-7 owners in New York City. RX-7s on 7/7/17. When I visited Times Square earlier this year, all I got to see was a horse poop as it walked down Broadway. An “army” of RX-7s would have been much better.
Ever heard of the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix? I haven’t, but photographer Andrew Stein has, and he’s been kind enough to send in some photos easily worthy of gracing your desktop.