Category: Amusement

Renee Gracie’s Bathurst Return Rejected

Ex Supercars driver turned adult entertainer Renee Gracie is reportedly set to miss out on a Bathurst 1000 wildcard after revealing plans to chase the dream. The former two-time Bathurst 1000 competitor said she will use the money she has made from her adult entertainment career on OnlyFans — where she told news.com.au she earns…



A Brief History of the Porsche 356

After the Second World War there were many, many more automakers than there are today. From Abarth to Zundapp, the automotive marketplace was a crowded and often bizarre place. Each segment offered a wide range of vehicles, with a range of shapes and build quality that would baffle a modern buyer. In 1947 Ferry Porsche,…



The Beautiful 1938 Phantom Corsair

The Phantom Corsair is a prototype automobile built in 1938. It is a six-passenger coupé that was designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in Pasadena, California. Although sometimes dismissed as a failure because it never entered production, the Corsair is regarded…



Czech Car Killed More Nazi Officers Than Active Combat

The Tatra 77A and 87 were Czechoslovakian-made cars which unintentionally became a killing machine that wiped out hundreds of Nazi officers. The car became known as the Allies secret weapon since it was helping them kill off Nazi troops. The Tatra had a high speed of 100 miles per hour, which was fast for the…



Forza Motorsport 7 to Be Delisted

Forza Motorsport 7 is set to be delisted from the Microsoft store and Game Pass later in the year. As they say, all good things must come to an end. But don’t worry, this isn’t indicative of a questionable future for the series, it’s actually quite normal. Forza Motorsport 7 will be delisted from the…



Original Hemi: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1960’s were the glory days of the American muscle car scene. Emission laws and safety concerns hadn’t had an impact, and manufacturers were engaged in a constant game of one-upmanship in a bid to secure the hearts and dollars of the buying public. The 1968 Plymouth Road Runner was a perfect example of this…



The Slow Drive That Killed Off Porsche’s IndyCar

In the late 1980s, Porsche had an outlandish plan to win the Indy 500 with a factory car. But after six racing laps and suspiciously slow pace, the IndyCar was axed – due to politics, says its test driver, Jochen Mass. Article By: Dominic Tobin The year was 1986. Porsche was powering McLaren to the…



Honda’s Incredible F1 Land Speed Record

It seemed simple, set the fastest ever speed for an F1 car, at the spiritual home of straight-line record breaking. While Honda achieved their aim, no one would have though it would take two years instead of the planned 10 days. Article by: Ed Foster “You go to Bonneville and you take a really heavy…



Chrysler Corporation – 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1960’s were the glory days of the American muscle car scene. Emission laws and safety concerns hadn’t had an impact, and manufacturers were engaged in a constant game of one-upmanship in a bid to secure the hearts and dollars of the buying public. The 1968 Plymouth Road Runner was a perfect example of this…



A Sosa Metalworks Story

Cristian Sosa finds the song of the custom Royal Enfield 650 Twin GT that he’s building through the rhythm of his own hammer.