With the Classic Car Club Manhattan, getting to the meet is (more than) half the fun.
Driving in the rain, especially in a rear-engined Porsche that would, at times, like to go down the road backwards, takes a special touch. Here are some wet weather tips engineered to keep you fast and safe:
With the end of the race season fast approaching seat time has become a scarce commodity. Meanwhile Triple-C Racing has been fondly reminiscing about the Summit Point, West Virgina Labor Day race weekend. Three full days of racing action, and enough seat time to melt my fast shoe to the foot-well by the end of day…
Few things in this world rouse the excitement of car enthusiasts more than tunnels, GT40s, and exhaust flames. In fact, when James May talks about the "fizzing sensation" he experiences somewhere behind his penis which "explains why certain cars possess us in an inexplicable way" this is what he's talking about.
We call this blippy little rasp-burble delight the "M2". It rolled off the line in Munich as a 2002 tii in 1974 but a lot has changed since then; the Berlin Wall fell, the Soviet Union collapsed, and this 2002 only got better.
At CCC we have a strong affinity for the Porsche brand, so here's a collection of sights and sounds from our myriad 911s (and Cayman) ranging from 1969 to 2012.
We asked our fans and members to help us find the best car for $35k, and now it's time to vote!
At CCC world headquarters, we pass the time differently than in most offices. No water cooler talk. No shopping for shoes online. Instead, we pick an amount of money out of thin air and try to find the best car we can buy for the buck. Today we're opening the challenge up to our members and fans. Play along. If you…
No one would daily drive a Lotus Exige…in the northeast…in NYC Traffic…and in the snow, would they?