A visit to Europa Engineering

Sitting on the plane from Australia to Heathrow, probably somewhere over rural Uzbekistan, I gazed out at the snow capped mountains below and cracked open my fourth bag of complimentary peanuts. I wondered what I’d find in England over the coming months, and what sorts of car stories I would be…

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Wales, Snowdonia and the Evo Triangle

There are several important factors one must consider when choosing a location for a long weekend away. Suitability of accomodation, local attractions, quality of restaurants, proximity of good coffee and things to do are all important. But there’s one more factor, shining brightly as the most crucial element to investigate…

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Fitted UK – Manchester 2017

I’d wager a bet that Stance is a dirty word for the majority of Any Given Reason readers. We typically worship at the temple of kissing the rev limiter in third gear, of long early morning drives through twisting roads, of sticky rubber flinging small stones into guard liners and…

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Land Rover’s of the Isle of Wight

Any Given Reason has spent the last month on the Isle of Wight, located just off the UK’s south coast near Portsmouth. It’s a pretty little place that was once infamous as the very definition of English seaside kitsch, but that’s rapidly changing and there’s plenty to do if walking,…

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Goodwood Festival of Speed 2017

Imagine for just one second, if you will. You’re at a bar; it’s bustling and busy and you can barely hold conversation over the collective cacophony of a thousand other conversations all happening at once. This imaginary bar is filled almost completely with car people, which means that pretty much…

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Walter Röhrl presents the Porsche 991 GT2 RS

We’re only just into July, and 2017 has already been quite the year for Porsche. First came the launch of the 991.2 GT3, setting the automotive world on fire with news that its most faithful sports car could once again be ordered with a manual transmission. Then came the surprise…

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The Master of Mallala and a little speculation on the future

There seems to be a resurrection of sorts happening in South Australian motorsport right now. With events like the Adelaide Motorsport Festival getting stronger each year and the construction of one of the world’s premiere motorsport facilities pushing ahead with record pace at Tailem Bend, the future of the sport…

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