Short Film: Porsche 911 RSR By Rennsport: Sublime Or Sacrilege?

Porsche 911 RSR By Rennsport: Sublime Or Sacrilege? is short film by Darryl Sleath of Carfection that takes a look inside one of the most remarkable Porsche 911 specialist companies in the world – 911 Rennsport.

The company was founded by Paul and Keith Cockell and it’s based in the Cotswolds, one of the most beautiful parts of England and a region with an almost innumerable number of excellent driving roads winding through some of the greenest rolling hills on earth.

The core mission of 911 Rennsport is to build some of the finest 911s in the world, they specialise in creating their own take on the iconic Porsche 911 RSR – one of the most famous homologation sports cars in history and for good reason. Continue reading

A Brief History of the Mazda RX-7 – Everything You Need To Know

The Mazda RX-7 – An Introduction

The Mazda RX-7 was the result of Toyo Kogyo Corporation’s high risk strategy of embracing the new and unproved Wankel engine technology with which to carve out a profile for themselves as a new technology innovator. Three automobile makers attempted this, NSU of Germany, Citroën of France, and Mazda of Japan. Of the three, the effort to bring Felix Wankel’s rotary engine up to regular production reliability broke NSU, almost broke Citroën, and proved to be the making of Mazda. Continue reading


There are a few first class Land Rover customisation workshops around in the US, but Brooklyn Coachworks
are chief amongst them. They specialize in customizing and building
quality Land Rovers, and have been in the business for over 20 years.
The latest beauty to hit their portfolio is this gorgeous Land Rover Defender 90 in Fuji white,
powered by a restored 200Tdi and 5 speed transmission. It was also
fitted with two jump seats in the rear, a two-spoke steering wheel, a
genuine front bumper, brand new interior seats and cubby box, and 16″
Wolf wheels with wrapped in BF Goodrich KM2 tires for an incredible look
and giving the beast the ability to off road with confidence. Continue reading


Dot Boards have
created a new, modular electric skateboard that is the result of 30
years of expertise, as well as six years of research and development.
The Dot electric skateboard is powered by a patent-pending hub motor
system and features modular, upgradeable components enabling the dot
board to change and grow with people?s needs. Our pick from their lineup
is the long-range and powerful Dot Transporter. It is capable of
hitting 24 mph (40 kmh), has a range of 24 miles (40 km), and comes
with a standard configuration of two motors and two batteries. You also
have the option to add up to four batteries and the larger 120mm comfort
wheels. The Dot board also features LED taillights of adjustable
brightness, but one of the biggest remaining differences is the handheld
controller with a pressure-sensitive, soft silicone hand throttle. Continue reading