Each week we sift through all the automotive content we uncover on Revvolution.com, our social channels, and through direct submissions to determine the week’s Top Automotive Photography Candidates. We then present this selection to our audience through our social channels for your vote. Every Monday we tally the votes and add the winning selections to the Weekly Top 10 Social Automotive Photography article
In Tulsa, Okla., Thursday afternoons are synonymous with college bar specials and yard work—a day to get things out of the way for the weekend. Every year on June 12 though, Tulsa turns into an automotive stomping ground for one automaker in particular. Every year Tulsa hosts the Mid-America Shelby Nationals where owners of new and old Ford and Shelby Mustangs take to the streets to cruise by the iconic riverside. Police set up roadblocks to corral the high-horsepowered ponies.
A great many people know the name Ken Block, whether from watching him during the WRC, GRC, the X-Games Grid Event, or even recognizing him as the previous owner and creator of DC Shoes. With the release of Gymkhana 6 after he won at the GRC Finals in Las Vegas last week, we see a very different course setup along with a slightly shorter video. Keeping that in mind, this newest version has all the adrenaline-pumping, tire-burning action of Gymkhana.
Our bags are packed, and the Team Revvolution crew is heading to Las Vegas, ground zero for the largest showcase of cutting-edge aftermarket parts and the latest creations from the most prestigious tuning houses. The big automotive manufacturers also join in the fun, as they have an opportunity to demonstrate they understand the direction of the car culture as they help inspire with in-house creations. It’s closed to the public, but we’ll be bringing you the latest and greatest right here at Revvolution.
As we get ready for the doors to open to pure automotive bliss at the Las Vegas Convention Center, we want to preview some of the hottest creations that will fuel the modified lifestyle in the coming year.
Project cars come and go, some leaving you breathless, while others turn into Frankenstein creations that should have remained only ideas. A truly unique project car requires months or even years of patience to finish. Throw together three differing opinions and the knowledge to back each one and you have one of the toughest builds around.