Author: Rob


Hold Stumt Under Sommersolverv – Formula D Rd 4, 2014

I’m about to take a different route writing an article and make it short and sweet. I also want to “Tarantino” this story and give you the ending, though it’s no surprise by now to tell you that Fredric “The Norwegian Hammer” Aasbo has won Formula D Round 4 in Wall, New Jersey. So what’s the purpose of this article?… Read more →


THE First Japanese Supercar – Toyota 2000GT

Maybe you’re scratching your head from the last article that I wrote about Maine Line Exotics, which was barren of Toyota 2000GT (MF10) pictures except for one. If so, then I have done my job, I wanted to do this separately from the other post since I want your full attention for these beauties. This story is somewhat related to… Read more →


Staggered 2014 – Somers, CT

Staggered: /ˈstagərd/ verb, past tense: staggered; past participle: staggered walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall. astonish or deeply shock. arrange (events, payments, hours, etc.) so that they do not occur at the same time; spread over a period of time. I looked up the meaning of it and that’s what came up. All three of them actually applied to what happened… Read more →


New England’s Hidden Gem – Maine Line Exotics

A lot of people love New England because of the old American feel. Buildings that were built in the 1800’s still have that old authentic look but are usually renovated inside to have a newer, more comfortable interior and to make them energy compliant. There are some nice beaches around the New Hampshire and Maine coast but the water is… Read more →


Drift Spot NHMS – April 2014

My faith in drifting is slowly being restored. I attended a small event in New Hampshire that really put a smile on my face. Drift Spot has been hosting drift clinic since 2009 and still going strong to date. Last weekend, they hosted a drift clinic/test and tune at New Hampshire Motor Speedway located at the heart of Loudon, NH.… Read more →


How did America ruin drifting?

I guess you clicked on this article thinking that I have the answer, but I don’t. It’s more in the tune of, “Why do I feel like America has ruined drifting?” Drifting began back in the 70’s. Back then however, it wasn’t considered a sport, but more of a technique. It wasn’t until the late 80’s that drifting became popular… Read more →


Akira – Rauh-Welt Begriff, Manila

As some of you know, I have been out of the car scene for quite a while. So everything that has came out recently, like Liberty Walk‘s luxurious projects, Rocket Bunny‘s FR-S, Rauh-Welt Begriff‘s Porsche’s, are all foreign to me. I have only seen pictures and features online, but never in real life. Until I visited Ian at Car Porn… Read more →


We’re not socially awkward…

It’s true. You can have a piece of AutoBatsu to take with you on whatever social media available on your fingertips.   Facebook Page   Instagram Feed   Twitter   Pinterest   If you still can’t get enough of AutoBatsu, you can follow our contributors as well:   Rob’s:  Rob’s Instagram  Twitter  Pinterest Roy’s:  Roy’s Instagram  Roy likes Pinterest, too! Teddy’s:… Read more →


Daily driven by a KING

I often hear people ask other people “what kind of car do you drive!?” I hear myself asking that question as well. When answered, others just nods their head, or sometimes respond with the occasional “Oh cool!”, I have a different response… I ask, “Why?” Cheap. Good on gas. Because it looks cool. The answer that they give me make… Read more →

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