The BBC does a lot of things really well, including their open for Formula One qualifying.
GP2 Round 4, Monaco.
Look at these assholes.
“There’s going to be a red flag, probably….”
Holy shit. The Make-Up is back!
The Make-Up live @ Lithuanian Hall in Baltimore, MD. 4/5/13.
Two boys watch from a hilltop as American soldiers drive through the town of St Lo. France a month after the D-Day invasion. 1944 (via Imgur)
1978 Capri II (by dave_7)
Too bad about the stripes, though.
The Giulia Sprint - another gorgeous car from Giorgetto Giugiaro’s portfolio. Designed for Bertone in the early 1960’s and produced until the late 1970’s. The Giulia Sprint GT has some unique and defining design details. There’s the classic Alfa heart-shaped grill, and Bertone badges, but also the “scalina” (stepped) nose, where the front edge of the hood sits 1/4 an inch above the nose of the car. The Giulia Sprint was the predecessor to the 2000 GTV.
1978 Ford Fiesta.
Queens County Farm Museum, Floral Park.
The Euro-spec Escort XR3 wheels are a bonus
Crazy Finns Crashing - with pure crashing sounds (by amjayes2)
The “crazy” Finns are the spectators. The “mind-shatteringly awesome” Finns are the drivers.
Chavez. Flight 96. Also great. Especially the last 90 seconds.
Spotting a running P1800 is an increasingly rare sight in SF. The P1800 has beautiful lines. Note the sculpted door panel that arcs up to the b-pillar, creating the scoop for the door handle. The black paint, factory alloys and bumper over-ride bars give this P1800 a low and mean look. This Volvo was also the basis for the 1800’s sister car, the 1800ES.
Street-parked at 16th and Shotwell. San Francisco, CA.