Posts Tagged ‘nissan’
There’s been a lot of talk about “drift racing” in the local media, so I thought I would wait for that to cool down before I wrote my article about the drifting that went down in Regina on April 28. I will leave the “drift racing” to the media big wigs who actually get to cash a cheque for their coverage.
After a long, exhausting weekend, I was excited to relax. But I quickly realized these photos weren’t going to take care of themselves, so I got after them like it was my job.
Once upon a time, there was this thing called the Monday Morning Rundown. The Rundown was full of fun automotive news, but my fellow contributor got too busy with real life to do it. This is my take on the Rundown, which looks at a certain local event that took place on Saturday, April 27 — the first day that felt like spring in Saskatchewan.
Last weekend I was able to attend the World of Wheels car show held in Calgary, I didn’t know really what to expect since this is the first car show that I have attended in Calgary. When I first walked in the hall my first impression was how similar it was to the Majestics car show in Regina, mostly muscle cars and trucks. Don’t get me wrong I am not just into import cars, what I wouldn’t give for a 1967 Shelby GT500… but back on topic,
I have a confession: When I don’t provide you guys with original content I feel shameful. With winter now in full swing and my schedule clear of automotive events, the site is going to have a little less original content. Luckily that’s not the case today, though, because we have some more photos from Kent, WA.
After a while things at the SEMA show seem to blend together, with all the walking, photo taking and observing you start to really lose track of where you have been and what you’ve taken photos of. What I’ve learned from my experience at SEMA is that you really want to have an idea of what vendors and cars you’d like to see right off the bat. It’s really easy to fall into that tourist category (like I did) and just wander for hours looking at everything and anything that catches your eye. But on the third day of SEMA, while roaming the far corners of the Las Vegas convention centre I suddenly stumbled upon the DSport Magazine booth. Well, maybe booth isn’t the right word since they had two of their project cars on deck!