A GROUP of car enthusiasts have been wrongly targeted by residents regarding noise and speeding issues in Warndon Villages but are willing to help resolve the problem.
Twenty-five people attended a meeting at Lyppard Hub last week to discuss the “boy racer” issue on the estate, including residents, councillors, police, a
Last weekend saw glorious sunshine, blue skies and the Reckless Nation Save the Strip meet. If you weren't aware, York Raceway is under threat from being shut down. The track requires major infrastructure upgrades as well as sponsors to help fund the development. Work is currently underway to remove some
I attended my first car meet of 2018. Jem Speed had previously hosted Culture Gangs car meet last year and the photos looked brilliant. So I had to get down to this one.
As a privately owned venue for meets, Jem Speed is a fantastic choice. The company was originally based
With a somewhat steady drive down the A64, the closer I got Scarborough the more modified cars began to appear on the roads. Having a little bit fun on the fairly quiet Sunday roads, made the two and bit hour drive that bit easier.
Pulling on to the seafront, you could
This weekend saw the end of season blowout at MFN. Situated near Nottingham, this meet obviously had a strong pull as cars came from all over the country, even Wales.
I'm not going to lie, it was defiantly worth the three hour round trip for me. I was stunned by the
This weekend saw the first ever car clubs unite meet, featuring five big car clubs; Twisted Torque, Uk Custom Mods, Yorkshire Motors, Cruise Creations and Modified Society. It was a fantastic meet, each club bringing a wide variety of cars to the meet and even a microlight airplane. Hosted at Squires
The Yorkshire Motors meets have been on my list for quite some time now. I finally managed to make it over to the Barnsley College meet a few weeks ago and it did not disappoint. Getting into the main car park, had proved to be more difficult than I first thought.
Rocking up to JFS Tuning at 2 pm on Sunday, I was greeted by mini car meet outside the workshop. With the other businesses shut for the day, UK Custom Mods made full use of space.
Set to a strong bassline, courtesy of one of the Admins cars, the afternoon was
This weekend gone, saw yet another fantastic UK Custom Blue Lagoon meet. As the car season is starting to wind down, it is great to see groups still putting on meets.
This group has been going from strength to strength, reaching over 4,000 members now. Not to mention, all the collaboration
Lost in Mods held their first Harrogate Meet on Saturday. For me it was a nice drive over, quiet country roads and some spirited driving put a smile on my face.
Saint James retail park as a meet venue was a pretty good choice. The on site Macdonalds was a bonus.