Being a car and/or motorcycle enthusiast comes with several truths. One, this passion we all share is wonderful. Two, this passion can be ridiculously expensive. And three, racing video games are awesome. For this list, I've compiled what I think are the Top 10 racing video games of all-time. Now, before anyone calls for my... Continue Reading →
My Top 5 motoring dreams
I know I’ve got my arms around a powerful dream when it ignites a kind of desperation in me to have it, own it, hold it before it disappears: I’m learning it’s wise to pay attention to the ideas that steal inside and prick at your heart with such cold, sweet longing. I’ve been thinking a lot... Continue Reading →
‘Hitting the Apex’ screening is a Go!
We did it! The screening of 'Hitting the Apex' at the Cinemagic in Hooksett, NH on Monday, January 25 at 7:30PM is confirmed! I want to thank everyone for their support - we are going to have a blast. And actually, we sold so many tickets, we got a theatre upgrade! We now have access... Continue Reading →
‘Hitting the Apex’ is coming to NH!
If you're unfamiliar with Mark Neale's work, you've been missing out. Neale has been making some of the finest MotoGP documentaries anywhere, and he has recently released a brand new film called 'Hitting the Apex'. Narrated by Brad Pitt, HTA covers the 2013 into 2014 MotoGP season and follows six of the fastest riders at... Continue Reading →
Queen City Cars & Coffee III
Queen City Cars & Coffee is back! The past two years hosting this show have been absolute blast, and I'm stoked to be putting it on again this year. Last year, over 90 cars attended, about 30 more than the first year. For QC3 (just made that name up right now and I dig it) the... Continue Reading →
Wide eyed in The Big Apple: A car show rookie’s ‘Top 5’ from the New York International Auto Show
Over the past few years, I have made the journey to bustling downtown Manhattan and the Jacob Javits Center a number of times for the New York International Auto Show. If you have never been, I highly recommend going, even if you aren't a car carrying gearhead. Several stories tall, multiple blocks long, and many... Continue Reading →
Cars in the Wild
I understand if you don't know what car this is. This is undoubtedly the rarest and most interesting car yet featured on Cars in the Wild. Some cars are so transcendent that you don't have to know a single thing about them but the minute you see one, you know it is something special. When a... Continue Reading →
Kicking The Bucket List: Yuppie Rally 2012 and driving the Tail of the Dragon
If you've spent any time around me at all for the past few months, you've heard me talk (with great vigor) about the Yuppie Rally. Put together by the great team over at Yuppie Racing, the 2012 Yuppie Rally ran from the Aston Martin of New England dealership in Waltham, Massachusetts, down to The Tail of the Dragon... Continue Reading →
Buckle up, it’s about to get crazy!
Ladies and gentlemen, can I please have your attention. I've just been handed an urgent and horrifying news story. I need all of you to stop what you're doing, and listen. CANNONBALL! - Ron Burgundy, Anchorman It's about to get crazy here at TDC. Want to know why? Let me break it down for you... Continue Reading →
So, I have this idea…
One thing I've learned through the process of putting this site together is that, A.) Networking is the best possible way to get things done, and B.) Giving back and supporting causes you believe in comes hand in hand with creating success. With this in mind, TDC is working with New England Blast (check out... Continue Reading →
Cars in the Wild
The Germans aren't typically known for their passionate expressions of emotion. And this attitude especially applies to their cars. A standard German vehicle is sensible, built like a bank vault, understated, and is happy to drive by unnoticed. There must be something in the drinking water however, around the part of Mercedes-Benz factory that builds... Continue Reading →
Autumn leaves and hairpin turns: Discovering NH’s back roads in the Mazda Miata
There isn't anything quite like autumn in New Hampshire. When the maples begin their explosive journey from green to red to yellow, and falling leaves catch the wind and look like the whirling snow that you can feel is only a few weeks away, it's time to go for a drive. And the best vehicle... Continue Reading →