Posts Tagged: Mustang

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…

35mm Pictures from Monterey (that took 3 years to scan)

These previously-unpublished images are scans from the 2009 Monterey Historics which featured Porsche. In addition to the digital and Holga pictures I took at the time, I shot a few rolls with my Olympus Trip 35, which I finally got around to scanning. I’m headed to the same event later this week, which was partially the motivation for getting these scanned. Continue reading…

The best Mustang I’ve ever seen (I’ll even overlook the automatic)

You never know what you’ll stumble across in the paddock at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

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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…

Recent Shots: Mustang 5.0 Convertible and Chrysler 200 & 300

I recently did some CultureMap automotive features: one with the Ford Mustang and another about the Chrysler 300 and 200 sedans. Both were a lot of fun to shoot although in both cases we ended up starting a lot later in the morning than I would have liked and so the natural light was overhead and bright. I love the summer and the long days, but it makes it hard to catch the sunrise. Luckily I make my own light, so I was able to combat the sun just a little for some of the shots.  Continue reading…