Great weather and a sweet lineup of clean cars combined with a group of fun people to bring the second event of our 2019 Cars & Coffee schedule to life.
2018 was a particularly amazing year, as it contained my first trip to Japan, along with trips to a few of America’s most famous racing circuits. Follow along as I retrace my steps, and discuss my five favorite Front Street Media moments of 2018.
This month’s Cars & Coffee certainly did not disappoint with the variety of cars in attendance. It was a gathering of gems from every individual car community all in one spot.
Front Street’s second Cars & Coffee event brought together a solid assortment of local enthusiasts, and for good reasons. Donuts, cars, and delightful weather—what more could we ask for on a Saturday morning?
It’s that time of year when I get to indulge, and write what was going on in my mind during some of my favorite moments of the past year. Follow along as I walk you through my top four favorite Front Street moments of 2017.
Formula Drift competitors can be split into two groups – the ones who have won the coveted championship and those who have yet to do so. Three former champions took advantage of the optimal conditions in Atlanta and filled the podium, shutting out the challengers. More here!
Texas is home to the quintessential American attitude of ‘bigger is better’, and this mantra includes a fascination with all things high-horsepower. For automotive enthusiasts, this attraction plays out in the form of the TX2K event held each year in Houston, Texas, where an assembly of the nation’s fastest street-driven drag-race cars takes over Royal Purple Speedway and exemplifies the theory by attacking the dragstrip in a festival of horsepower.
It takes years to truly understand how to tune and develop a vehicle’s suspension. While the process of developing suspension components is similar amongst all cars, what each car needs to display improved performance will be unique to that specific vehicle.
Most automotive enthusiasts grew up playing with their favorite miniature die-cast toy replicas of the era’s unaffordable exotic supercars. The actual vehicles envelop the cutting-edge technology of their timeline of production, with body designs that bulge at the seams and push the limits of conventional thinking. Not only do they create a lust for finer things within the youngster’s mind, they also provide motivation to earn the wealth required to own such stunning examples of automotive art later in life. But where do these vehicles go when they need new ownership and are viewed as outdated instead of revolutionary? Enter Interstate Motorsport, a pre-owned exotic car dealer located in Pennington, New Jersey.