The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, houses over 60 years of history detailing the exploits of America’s Sports Car, and is a must-visit destination for any automotive enthusiast.
On my last day in Japan I got to tour some famous facilities and check out one very iconic parking lot. Follow along through this article to read about the final piece of my life-changing trip.
Spoon Sports’ renowned workshop TYPE ONE hosted its own party instead of assembling into the Makuhari Messe for a Tokyo Auto Salon booth, and we were on site to see everything before the party started.
With only 40 minutes to spare in Yokohama, I found myself on foot and hustling to visit the Japanese performance shop of my dreams, where glorious S2000s awaited—Autobacs ASM.
Concealed inside Nissan’s Zama factory campus in Japan—which could be considered its own town—is a treasure trove for any Nissan, Japanese, or automotive enthusiast. Its name? The Nissan Heritage Collection.
The Petersen Automotive Museum is the largest automotive museum in the United States, and the extraordinary collection of vehicles inside offers something for everyone.
We were fortunate enough to catch up with Eric Nareshni earlier this year and were given a tour of the Supreme Power facility, which was filled with some eye-catching vehicles, and one particularly furry employee.
For this week’s break, we have more imagery from our trip to Southern California earlier this year. Within the same week that we visited other shops, we stopped by the modern Vorsteiner Design Studio in Garden Grove, CA.
For this week’s break, we’re talking about the Honda experts over at Sportcar Motion, so scroll through this quick story and then get back to work!
Enkei is a name that needs no introduction. Since its inception in 1950, it has been at the forefront of aluminum alloy wheel production innovation and technology. We were offered the opportunity to tour their production plant for a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of their wheels.