I’m confident that to any self-respecting automotive fan, the Nürburgring needs no introduction, certainly not if you’re a part of the so-called Playstation-generation. I too, like many of you, have lost hours on end – controller gripped tightly in hand, hunched over in front of a glowing screen, pushing an array of vehicular-shaped polygons around a rendering of the 28km-long circuit. Long before arriving, I knew and respected the ‘Ring.
-Words by George Pritchard and Micheal Evans, Photos by Micheal Evans-
This past weekend, a quiet aerodrome in Turweston was invaded for the fourth instalment of the ever expanding Deutsch Connection 2012 show, or DC12 as it is more commonly known. Deutsch Connection is a club run by a group of like-minded Scottish German-car enthusiasts who have religiously made the 800 mile round trip for the last 4 years to host the DC show.
Words and Photos by George Pritchard
This past weekend marked the first StanceWorks meet of the year for the United Kingdom, held at the yard of Type 2 Detectives in beautiful Cambridgeshire. The event was held in conjunction with the Lowly Gentlemen and the launch of an authorised European dealer. Being typically British, the weather was slightly on the cold side but spells of sunshine gleamed through the cloudy skies from time to time.
In January, we hinted at something major in the works. With the Lowly Gentlemen’s utmost regard to quality and detail, as well as the valuing of enthusiasm and effort, it only makes sense for us to partner with likeminded people to grow the brand. We’re proud to announce that the Lowly Gentlemen officially has a UK Distributor, thanks to a partnership with the gentlemen of the Type 2 Detectives.