Adrenalin’s nearly three-minute preview is a proper homage to DTM’s history, but the transition to interviews with modern drivers and race footage is just as cool. Seeing today’s winged, big-fender Beemers take the fight to modern Audis is a great bookend for what promises to be an exciting movie.
This film starts in a dark garage where we’re introduced to an object of Craft’s affection: a red 1987 325is in all its glory. In addition to nice touches like the dramatic camera angles, Craft introduces his baby through interesting audio as well: the sharp pop of the hood, the scratching of a grimy oil fill cap being turned and the E30’s sewing machine-like idle add a really interesting dimension to this scene.
Ever since the Liberty Walk/LB Performance Ferrari 458 hit SEMA in 2013, car lovers have wanted to know more about the man behind this innovative Japanese shop. And thanks to this great vid from GTChannel, we got an insightful look into Liberty Walk and its interesting owner. His name is Wataru Kato, and he’s a pioneer in building custom body kits for Japanese, American and European vehicles. However, you have to go back to 1980s Japan to understand his eclectic style.
This new video from Ford Racing and Roush Yates Engines shows that there is more to building NASCAR engines than just cramming something between the fake fenders of something that sorta, but not really, resembles a Toyota Camry.
For the enthusiasts in Owen Craft’s "Respect Your Elders," trailer, the answer always starts with an M—but it sure as hell ain’t a Miata. This documentary gives a unique look into the fascinating love-fest with the BMW E30, the run of 1982-1991 3 Series and M3 cars that one owner explains as, “Literally as pure as you can get.”