I’m sure many of us can relate to the diverse love for all things automotive. Even as kids we loved everything on 4 wheels ranging from dump trucks to racecars. That’s just part of being an auto enthusiast. It’s hard to put a finger on the universal trait that lies in each vehicle and speaks to those of us that flock to races and car shows on the weekend, but it’s embodied in a myriad of cars and trucks throughout the world.
As we said before Rotiform is taking SEMA by storm this year. Sitting in the front row of the wheel industry means your product is in hot demand, and with everyone wanting the latest and greatest from Rotiform, it only makes sense that they give their hand at trying something new.
One way to do that is to take an S5 and head the exact opposite direction as everyone else.
What does the “Pursuit of happiness” really mean? Beyond it being a unalienable right, some say it’s the ability to simply have a job, provide for a family and enjoy a baseball game on a Sunday afternoon. Others work to position themselves in a career that makes them happy, pursuing their hobbies and passions. The real question is why can’t you do both?
Enter, stage left, Adam Woodhams.