During my visit in Wichita, I joined a few groups on Facebook to see what car events were going on. One group was called “Sunday Cruz Day” and as the name suggest, members would gather Sunday afternoon for a quick meet-up followed by cruising the Wichita area.
My window was open
Recently I found myself making a trip to Wichita, Kansas for my little sister’s wedding. While I was there I wanted to check out the local car scene. Days before I began my journey north, I joined a few local Wichita car groups and started searching for car events taking
Car & Driver magazine along with it’s sister publication Road & Track are two of the most well respected automotive publications in the US if not the word. Last year Car & Driver hosted a Cars & Coffee event at their headquarters in Ann Arbor, MI. It rained that day,
I some time ago, I attended the Import Face-Off car show at Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown. I had ordered a group of parts and was hoping to a new look to debut at this show. Well, it didn’t come together as planned, so I drove the Veloster as it
For a car enthusiast there’s nothing better than heading out on the weekend to mingle with other car enthusiast. The cars and coffee craze has continued to grow over the years, and here in the Michigan its no different. We have a limited time to enjoy our car season due
Back in December, I headed back to George R. Brown Convention Center to attend Hot Import Nights, which was one of the last car shows for 2015 here in Houston. I arrived right at the starting time of the event, grabbed my pass and walked in before they started to
In 2004 Jorge Verdejo and Alfonso Zaza of Scuderia Society teamed up to bring an incredible event to Houston to celebrate one of the iconic brands of fine Italian automobiles. They created the Lamborghini Festival as a way to showcase their passion for Italian rides and helping others.
The event usually takes place over 3 days,
Time sure does fly by, and with the last few months being pretty busy some things got left behind. One of the things that got forgotten was my coverage of the Wekfest Texas car show that was hosted back in the middle of October here in Houston. As I was
There are some things as an event host you just can’t control or predict. One is weather, and the other is what’s going to conflict with the event. The weather was looking good, but as I was in route to our brewery meet, I was greeted with a ton of