The Slayer Camaro
1965 Volkswagen Beetle
Winner of Hot Rod Drag Week 2017. Dave Schroeder and John Ens are Canadians with a passion for racing. Their 1966 Corvette C2 is powered by an 872 cubic inch Reher Morrison engine with 4 stages of nitrous. The car averaged 6.813 at 207mph during Drag Week last year!
Took my dad's Tesla out in the snow to do a brief photoshoot. It was too pretty outside to pass up on the opportunity. Two of the shots in this collection were taken by my dad of me.
AMC Hornet equipped with nitrous
I have been attending the tech day at Wells Auto for the last 2 years now. It's the most interesting annual car event I've ever been to. The gathering usually consists of over 20 Deloreans that come together at the restoration shop for basic maintenance. The Ontario Delorean Owner Club is a tight knit community and all the owner's that I've met are incredibly friendly and enthusiastic to share their passion for the car. If you have an appreciation for the history of the DMC-12, I would highly recommend attending this event next year. The shop is located in Milton Ontario and the owner Justin is one of the most knowledgable guys you will meet when it comes to Deloreans.
I was able to obtain a pit pass this year at the Markham Fair so I could capture the demolition derby. It was an amazing experience to get to be so close to the action and meet the drivers beforehand. I asked the driver of #00 what it took to build a derby car. For the condition they are in, you'd be surprised how much work goes into them. From preparing the driveline to the body, you need to ensure your derby car can withstand the beating if you want to win or at least come out with no injuries. Demolition derbies are very entertaining and I hope to do even more coverage of these events in the future.