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 →

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Cars in the Wild

The Audi R8 first appeared on the scene back in 2007 and promptly blew everyone's collective mind. Audi is known for fast cars, but the R8 was their first foray into the savagely competitive supercar market, and its sublime chassis, all-wheel drive grip, sonorous 4.2-liter V8 engine, and striking looks made it an instant classic.... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

One of my all time favorite automotive quotes comes from freelance auto journo Andrew Frankel (@Andrew_Frankel). His experience  driving the almighty Bugatti Veyron for the first time is still the best I've ever read: "When I finally stopped accelerating I had to slow down and do it all over again, just to make sure I... Continue Reading →

What Inspires You?

Good writing can come from anywhere - a particularly articulate essay for school, a legendary novel, a satisfyingly succinct news article, or a exceptionally poetic piece of poetry. As a writer and an avid reader, I can appreciate and enjoy all of these instances of excellent writing. However, there is one area of writing that... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

'Tis the season for hot Audis, apparently. This Lamborghini-powered Audi S6 which sports the colossal V10 that is found in the previous generation Lamborghini Gallardo, was spotted in front of the Palace Theatre on Hanover Street in Manchester. Couple this with the TWO Audi R8 V10 Spiders that have been sighted at the Stratham and Nashua Audi... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

Read an article on this car, the fabulous Audi RS4, when it first came out. I don't remember what magazine it came from or who wrote it, but one piece of the article has stuck in my brain. The author was talking about what a glorious noise the engine made and he likened it to... Continue Reading →

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