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Max Grundy SEMA

If have been to any hot rod shows or automotive conventions in the past decade, chances are you have come across quite a few of Max Grundy’s pieces. Hailing from Utah, Max started off as an Art teacher but eventually moved to Southern California to pursue his career as an artist and immersing himself in the Southern California car culture. His name is well known amongst those in the hot rod community and his distinctive automotive art combines a blend of war-time propaganda and comic book style while utilizing heavy black lines and a minimal color palette to create a look that is truly one-of-a-kind.

The cultural power of lowriding

By Joe Ray

Lowriding is more than a niche market. It’s a tradition and a way of life. Our style reigns supreme, and our future remains consistent with the foundation it was built on. Whereas other arenas of car customization get reinterpreted with each new generation of enthusiasts, lowriding is a cultural phenomenon that preserves its historical roots and styling cues.

J.R. Granatelli of Granatelli Motor Sports talks about his passion for cars and his family-owned business. See them at the Riyadh Car Show, November 21-26, 2019!

Ken Block Climkhana 2 Hoonitruck

If you thought after 10 episodes of hooning around in his Gymkhana series Ken Block would be done, think again. After the success of ‘Climbkhana’, a spin-off of his Gymkhana series in which Block takes his ‘Hoonicorn’ Mustang up Pikes Peak, he is at it again with ‘Climbkhana 2’. This time piloting his 914hp twin turbo custom tuned Ford F-150 ‘Hoonitruck’ up Tianmen Mountain along what is undoubtedly China’s most dangerous road. Check out the tire-slaying action below as Block tries not to slide off Tianmen Mountain while ripping some wild donuts and of course, there’s some more Segway action again.

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