The Pursuit of Perfection

Stephen Daubert Thursday, March 20, 2014 Reviews

With a population smaller than most U.S. states one might think the car scene in Belgium suffers from a lack of diversity and uniqueness, this is far from true. Taking you across the pond to Halle, Belgium, one man’s mission to create something totally different, totally exceptional will take him through highs and lows and only his passion and determination will aid him in achieving his dream.

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Racing Colors

Stephen Daubert Sunday, March 16, 2014 Breaking News

Before the likes of Marlboro and Shell sponsorships, automotive racing had a gentlemen’s touch to the cars appearances. Cars were a different breed before sponsorships, sporting classic colors that would soon become a part of racing history; these colors would officially be used to distinguish which cars were representing their home country.

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Car or submarine, how about both!

Stephen Daubert Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Reviews

Aston Martin has become the legendary go to car for James bond but during the 1970s Bond’s car of choice was from a different British company, which strategically arranged a run in between Eon Productions producer Albert “Cubby” Broccoli and their newest design. This company was Lotus, and their plan to feature their newest concept in the upcoming James Bond movie was so diabolical and shrewd it could have been a movie plot.

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Bond, James Bond

Stephen Daubert Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Reviews

When you think of movies and cars very few hold the longevity and iconic past of the Aston Martin DB5. This car alone has appeared in six’s Bond films, starting with Goldfinger. Very few films can stand the test of time, some fall from relevance after just being released but the Bond franchise headed by Eon Productions can proudly say they have out lasted almost all other major films. The Bond franchise has had a convoluted history which makes the Bond cars even more special.

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Alpina Passion

Stephen Daubert Friday, February 21, 2014 Reviews

Over the years, Patrick of Belgium, has become drained from being consistently precise. His passions lead him to a field that is rigid and defined, but finally Patrick has unleashed his wild side. What captured Patrick’s wild side was the very exclusive and fast, Alpina B3S Bi-turbo. Launched in the early 1960’s Burkard Bovensiepen acquired a BMW 1500 and created the very first Alpina tuned BMW. Since then, Alpina has been one of the most sought after tuning companies for BMW enthusiasts.

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Frankenstein Wagon

Stephen Daubert Friday, February 21, 2014 Reviews

Since the release of the new 3 series, there have been several Frankenstein creations, turning what was a 3 series into a M3. What tops the list of these astonishing conversions, is none other than what might be the worlds first E92 M3 Estate. Nicholas Pritchard of the UK holds one of the longest and most interesting car histories I know of, topping it off with an M3 that will grab headlines across the world.

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Unique and Refreshing

Stephen Daubert Monday, February 17, 2014 Reviews

From cell phones to Apple, shoulder pads to parachute pants, the 1980’s was a decade filled with useful and useless inventions and trends. One creation has withstood the test of time and been labeled as one of the best cars to come out of such a radical decade, the E30 BMW. One owner’s passion was ignited not by sight but by the noise of the E30 M3. Andy Manuka of Brussels has a deep passion for BMWs and he goes on to explain how his desire has evolved into an amazing project. Sharing the insight and struggles of his build, reveals just how strong his passion is for the E30 BMW.

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From Appetizers to the Main course

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

When it comes to entertaining their customers, Schomp knows best. Throwing an elegant celebration for becoming M certified was just the appetizer before the main course, a private track day at High Plains Raceway. Just east of Denver, High Plains Raceway opened its strip of pavement to some lucky Schomp guests to test not only their own cars but to compare them to the M machines Schomp brought.

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John Cooper Works Mini

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Tips

Peak Eurosport opened its doors to the Colorado car community for a technical session on the new John Cooper Works MINI Coupe, giving enthusiasts a chance to dissect the radically designed MINI. Hosting a tech session to explain how the new car has evolved offered a great opportunity to learn more about a niche brand and to meet the enthusiasts that support MINI.

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Cars for a Cure: Morgan Adams Concours D'Elegance

Stephen Daubert Monday, October 14, 2013 Events

The ninth annual Morgan Adams Concours D’Elegance was held on August 27, at the Centennial Airport. Boasting classic rare automobiles to fighter planes from World War II, everything had one sole purpose, which was to raise money for the Morgan Adams Foundation, a foundation dedicated to pediatric cancer.

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