Ah, winter is nearly upon us! Most people use this time to take a break from the busy, money consuming, sleep deprived summer thats is so common. Most… but not all! So I thought I’d update on what’s been happening recently in Minty.Fresh.
Mint, as always, has a drift ready car which is still sitting clutchless after it was destroyed at the Finalboss Matsuri.
In hill climbing three main rules apply, you need a fast car, a light car and the driver has to be consistent to tenths of a second. Without these attributes there is not much point in competing.
Last Sunday after waking up with a mega hangover I decided to venture out to one of our local sprint events and grab some pics.
Once in the pits I forgot all about my headache and soaked in the smell of v power and the sound of roaring engines.
Change can be bad but change can also be good. Giving up a passion in Italian cars after 10 years of commitment is a big change, but one that Matty Lawson doesn’t regret.
Building a competitive Time attack car takes time, money and a bucket load of dedication, sleep less nights and tight deadlines are just part of the deal. Mike Mahoney owner Wallace Performance definitely has the dedication needed and along with his team have produced a car that is truly outstanding in terms of looks and power.
1200bhp and super lightweight, Wallace performance’s fully fledged time attack car comes out on hibernation.
Catch it here on noonefresher.com
Original MFC in the building!