We’ve been hard at work on the Ferrari 308 build on the StanceWorks YouTube Channel. For those not following along closely enough, here’s the latest chapter: a first dive into the carbon fiber aerodynamic components for the time attack build. While we aren’t building to the limit of the ruleset, the classic 308 lines are sure to look more wild than ever before when paired with modern, aggressive aero.
The accident seemed like the damage was going to be relatively minimal… but in the pursuit of perfection, we’ve decided to take every step necessary in an attempt to fix the Model A. So, we’ll be building a new chassis for the front half! Check the latest episode for more.
There’s not a gearhead on the planet over the age of 20 whom doesn’t hold some form of reverence for the McLaren F1 – during its time, it was unquestionably the greatest car the world had ever seen. It was faster and more advanced than any car before it, setting records that are still held to this day. The McLaren F1 was built to honor the late Bruce McLaren and his legacy – it was an exercise to build what could be considered the ultimate road car.
Photography by Devin Capriati – As the world moves towards efficiency, Ferrari’s 458 is likely to hold a special place in the marque’s history. It likely won’t be regarded as their best design, although its unquestionably a show-stopper. It likely won’t be remembered for its racing pedigree either. It will, however, be rememebred as one of the last great free-revving naturally-aspirated V8s.
A wild opportunity has landed in our lap, and while we’re not able to share the details yet, it’s finally time to get the Model A back on the road after 17 months with a blown engine. There’s a story to share, and parts on the way, so head to the StanceWorks YouTube channel and join in as we dive into another in-depth build series, beginning with a new Ford Aluminator crate motor.