24th Aug2017

CAMcast 50

by Michael Chandler

Hello everybody!  And welcome to the 50th episode of the CAMcast!  Yeah, we’ve done 50 of these.  To mark this special occasion we decided to have a very cathartic episode, and talk about our driving pet peeves!  Yes, the things that bother us the most are what this episode is about!  We also talk some news

  • Chinese manufacturer Great Wall might buy FCA?
  • The BMW Z4 is real and gorgeous
  • F1 doesn’t like Honda
  • Ferrari re-signs one driver
  • Ariel is building a ridiculous new car

Thank you for listening to us go on for all of these episodes! We sit in this basement and ramble for us, but we keep posting it because you guys and gals dig it.  Please subscribe to us wherever you find us (iTunes, Google Play, your favorite podcast app, or just via RSS), and leave us comments and a rating of some sort.  It helps us get seen, which helps us grow, which will allow us to do more crazy stuff.  We’ll be back next week with episode 51!

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06th Apr2012

Photo Friday

by Michael Chandler

Hooray for Friday and a holiday weekend!  Right now it’s snowing (boo!) but here are a pair of photos from the sunshine filled weekend at Miller Motorsports Park

When it comes to track days, there are few more useful tools than the Ariel Atom.  Aluminum tubing, an engine (either a Honda sourced K series or the absolutely insane Hartley built V8, which is two Suzuki Hayabusa 4 cylinders fused together), a transmission, seats, and the other bare necessities needed to declare it a car.  Despite those necessities, this one is loaded into a trailer and towed down to Miller Motorsports Park so it can play with other track day toys.


While the Atom is a nice track day toy, a dedicated E92 M3 race car is…well, it’s a race car.  All the nice things that make the M3 a fun street car (414hp 4 Liter V8, 51/49 weight distribution, 6 speed manual) are cranked up to 11 in race trim.  This puppy came from Colorado to participate in the enduro, and despite whatever problems it had, it sounded and looked amazing coming down The Attitudes.

-Michael Chandler

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