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.
Considering an influential YouTube car guy was just talking about how underrated the 997 is, and the fact that I only had a grand total of two options to choose from for Weekend Wallpaper this week (so please start sending some to my email), we’re going to grace our screens with a 997 and a sunset.
Have you ever dreamed of cruising under the Tuscan sun, top down on your convertible, with all of your troubles and worries dissipating in the wind? Well, we can’t exactly do that for you, but we can provide you with some relaxing photos of it.
The Porsche team did a great thing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend, so let’s go ahead and drool over some various Porsches in celebration. And, of course, let’s drool over them just because we can.
There’s something so dark and mysterious about this photo, which, you know, could make you seem like quite an interesting person as the wallpaper on your computer. (Who are we kidding? You’re all interesting enough on your own. We’re just adding to the intrigue.)
There’s just something about a mean-looking race car staring you right in the eyes. Meet the Ferrari 488 GT3 racer from the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, which finished second in its class at the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic in Detroit over the weekend.
It’s always nice to see an unscathed Ford Mustang, right? Well, just not in your review mirror, of course.
With the summer fast approaching for a lot of us on this fine car blog, this scene is quite cool and refreshing—wouldn’t you say?
In case you hadn’t heard, Jalopnik has been out at Circuit of The Americas all weekend watching bikes go fast. If you didn’t get to enjoy the races for yourself—or even if you did—at least enjoy a lovely new wallpaper for your desktop.
This car went up in flames a few days after this photo was taken, but let’s not think about that. Let’s think about how hot it’ll look on your desktop instead.
Last week, the wonderfully talented Kurt Bradley and I got to go out to Circuit of The Americas and hang out with a few Aston Martin Vulcans. They put the V12 Vantages to shame on the front straightaway, and they were about as beautiful as a powerful, growling beast of a track car could ever hope to be.