One of the most exciting events to come through the Pacific Northwest is the ARA Oregon Trail Rally. World of Speed Motorsports Museum sent me out to film scenes for an upcoming rally car exhibit. I also brought my stills camera to grab shots when I could.
Bol d’Oregon is an endurance race put on by Sang-Froid Riding Club. The event features three classes of bikes on 3/4 mile go-kart track. No matter where I looked on the track, there was a battle going on.
I’m not a surfer, but I am very plugged in to the surf community in the area. I was sad to hear that this hub for community was closing. I’ve had the chance to photograph several events at the shop. It has always been a fantastic experience. In this post you’ll see images I captured during a fundraising event benefiting Changing Tides.
So what do you do with a slow, old, thin painted car like the 240D? The answer is obvious: you gut and replace everything in the engine bay, swap the transmission, zip tie on a turbo-charger and drive the thing down to Davis, California to park it next to a bunch of other yabbos, err, I mean responsible adults.