No Fly Zone
Life is all about adventures. That can take many forms, travel being one of them. In this case I got to experience three different adventures at once, racing with friends, travel and some photography. Just trying to pack it all in made for a great little trip of a few days.
Cars and Croissants
Audi Ontario had their inaugural Cars and Croissants yesterday. Some of the local San Diego Audi Club made the trip to the Inland Empire to enjoy fun times with cars and socialize with some great fellow car people. There were some fast cars there including a couple of race cars. Both of the race cars were Audi R8's, one in the GT3 class and one in the GT4 class. There were plenty of other R8's some of the new RS5's, both the 4 door and the 2 door versions, a new Q8 and an SQ5. These were all the cars for sale. In addition there were some older Ferrari's, a beautiful Dodge Viper and a McLaren 720s. Good times with my fellow car enthusiasts and friends. Thank you to Audi Ontario and Phil Braun for inviting us all up there to participate. Here are some of pictures of the event.
Half Mile Racing
Speed is addictive. I've now gone to 3 different Shift S3ctor events and one Omega Motorsport event. These events are all half mile in length and are less formal than a 1/4 mile drag race. I find them more enjoyable to participate in. Each time I've gone, my car has had different modifications and has performed better and gotten faster.
Phil's House of Power
I have always been into cars. Every since I was a little kid I was into cars. Then it was Matchbox and Hotwheels. Over time it got into real cars. I would read the magazines, post up the pictures and posters and dream the dream of owning supercars. Since I grew up in the 80’s my favorite car was a Porsche 959. An amazing feet of engineering, it was the halo car of the 80’s. It was an all wheel drive, luxury vehicle that was just at home commuting as it was in high speed racing. Those and other cars of the 80’s were what comprised the posters on my walls.