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2012 List: Every car I drove this year

Continuing my douchey humblebrag list of cars I’ve driven in the past year, here is my list for 2012. Same disclaimer applies: some I drove for ten minutes, some for a week.

Up until just two-and-a-half years ago, the most powerful car I had ever driven had 315 horsepower (BMW M Coupe). Thanks to greater opportunities, and ever-soaring horsepower figures in this crazy age we live in, that number has been topped countless times in some unexpected ways. To put it in perspective, 9 out of the 11 Ford models in this list have 365hp of more. Continue reading…

Best of 2011: ‘The List’

It’s been an amazing 2011. Because of some amazing opportunities I’ve had through CultureMap, the Texas Auto Writers Association and a few very generous friends, I’ve been able to drive a huge variety of different cars this year. Some for ten minutes, some for a week. Here is the list of (more or less, I may have missed a few) every car I’ve driven in 2011:  Continue reading…

BMW E34 Touring on my block

There’s a lot of words I never, ever use when I’m saying something is cool. “Sick,” “wicked,” “bad” all fall into that category. Usually. Somehow they sorta fit with this car.  Continue reading…

Shots from the track: LeMons at MSR Houston

In Texas, it’s rare to attend a motorsport event that isn’t something driving in circles around Texas Motor Speedway. We have a lot of tracks, but they’re mostly club tracks or circuits too old to hold major motorsport events. All the more reason I was thrilled that LeMons was coming to practically my back yard! You know — LeMons — the race series comprised of $500 cars? Last weekend I attended the 24 of LeMons event in Angleton, Texas called the “Garrapatas Peligrosas GP.”  Continue reading…

Why I felt the world needed yet another car-related photoblog.

 

You’re here. My goal with this is to have a place to post about cars I shoot, projects, occasional track days and maybe even some ill-advised mods I may carry out that end badly.  Continue reading…