Covering the Detroit Grand Prix Weekend

Today’s Post by John Larsen In anticipation of the upcoming Indycar event in Detroit and knowing the Toronto race was less than two months later, I contacted my Editor seeking media credentials for the Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle. A few days later I received confirmation that my application had been accepted and received the location to pick up my credentials....

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Adding Digital Zoom-Zoom to a Mazda

Today’s Post y Joe Farace I love import drag racing and was known to take my old GTI 337 down the strip just for the fun of it. Living on Colorado we don’t have much of a winter racing scene, except for the ice racers, of course, but that doesn’t mean that even cars parked indoors at a car show can’t look like they’re racing. Let me show you how to do it in...

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July 14 is Collector Car Appreciation Day

Today’s Post by Joe Farace The SEMA Action Network announced that the next Collector Car Appreciation Day will be celebrated on July 13, 2018. This mark the ninth consecutive commemoration in what is now an annual event to raise awareness of the vital role automotive restoration and collection plays in American society. Last year, SEMA Vice President of Government...

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Show Off Your Car on Our Website

Today’s Post by Joe Farace In all of the many years this website/blog has been on-line we have featured many different cars on these pages. To be fair, many of the automobiles appearing on the Our Cars, section belonged to Mary or I at one time or another. Recently, we featured a car belonging to our Senior International Travel Correspondent, John Larsen and it got...

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Photographing Cars in Infrared

Today’s Post by Joe Farace All photographs are about lighting but infrared photography is all about capturing images with invisible light, which is why comparisons to traditional photography can be difficult. If you want to create a dramatic image, few things beat a beautiful sunrise photographed in vibrant colors. The same scene photographed in infrared may be...

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Our Cars: 1961 Arnolt-Bristol

Today’s Post by Joe Farace There are always a few cars that we’ve owned and miss and, for reasons we can’t remember, sold. Today continues a series of posts about cars I have loved and cars that I’ve owned. If you would like to write a post about one of your favorite cars, please drop me a note using the Contact tab. Today not many people remember the...

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