Entries in Porsche (31)
In their latest episode the wizards of Petrolicious (what the hell — when do you produce all this awesome stuff?) portray Jack Olsen ("Horsepower is something that looks great in a magazine article, but suspension is actually what gets you along the track ... fast."), his "Black Beauty II" 1972 Porsche 911 and his famous 12-Gauge Garage. Especially the garage is nothing for the faint-herated. Or is it just me who went green with envy?
Btw, 'episodes'. It ain't easy to follow Petrolicious' and their new releases, so here is everything you may have missed 'em. Enjoy.
The other day Petrolicious presented us some European Classics: Mercedes-Benz 220SE, Lancia, Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ, Triumph TR3A. This time Frazer Spowart (Cars I See) teamed up with the brilliant Petrolicious crew and shows some Porsche 356 Cabriolet love.
Thanks for keeping me in the loop, Frazer!
Damn. I am late on this one. Sorry, Magnus Walker :/.
Nevertheless — if you haven't seen the "full version" of Urban Outlaw anywhere else, sit back and enjoy. It's one of the best and most inspiring portraits I have seen for a long time. Chapeau. Thanks for notifying me, Tamir Moscovici — stunning work.
We aren't geeks in things like motorsport, I think I've mentioned that before. But there is one exception: We <3 Felipe Fernández Laser. We know Felipe (and his brilliant brother Carlos, one of our favorite photographers) for years, as both are part of our Chromjuwelen family.
When we met Felipe just a few moments after he had crashed his SEAT Leon Cupra at the Nürburging 2011 at the Nürburgring 2011, we learned that professional race driving is like an ongoing fight. Ok, that is nothing new — but it is a huge difference if you are close to the action trough the eyse of a person you know.
Our friends from Faust & Heisler just published this awesome portrait. Enjoy.
Oh wait – our props go to Katharina. For supporting Felipe.