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DAN DAY: The SJ1000’s Pilot Takes on The Bend

When we think about some of South Australia’s top drivers, it’s a name that comes to mind pretty quick – Dan Day. A driver with a racing career winding back to grassroots motorsport as young as twelve, who now currently competes in the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup (in a GT3 naturally), alongside other motorsport events,…

NO MODS: Lewis’ Widebody (Maybe Turbo) BRZ

In today’s age of cost-effective, mass-production motor vehicles, it feels as though many manufacturers have opted for the conservative approach; including in the looks department. Hybrid motors, more airbags than there are passengers, countless safety measures and driving assists. It’s like cars drive themselves now, and there’s very little left for the driver to really…

EYE CANDY: Matt’s JZA80 Supra

When you reflect on what the greatest Japanese cars to come out of the 1990s would be; the Toyota Supra, without a doubt, quickly comes to mind. In an era when Japanese manufacturers were devoted to a hell-bent ambition to produce performance cars to rival even the European market (without the price tag); it was…

Clean & Simple: Jayce’s WRX

As Slowlife hits four years old, we look back at some of the cars that even our own crew have owned. Many of us have sold our cars, some have been wrecked, some have been locked away, some even defected; but Jayce’s WRX has not only stuck with him the whole time – it’s undergone…

WTAC 2017: Our Journey to the Ultimate Motorsport Event

Everybody else buys concert tickets and travels interstate to see their favourite artist… Car people buy tickets to World Time Attack Challenge and travel to Sydney. The annual event attracts thousands of car lovers from all corners of the globe for what we would have to say is the ultimate motorsport festival. It’s just one…

VINTAGE AF: Geof’s 1962 Porsche 356B

I’ve not met a car enthusiast who is yet to hear of what is perhaps one of the most iconic sports cars ever produced; the Porsche 911. Revered for its agility and performance; the 911 is also renown for being one of the oldest sports coupes still in production (as of May 2017, over one…

Cars & Coffee Blackwood – January 2017

I’m not generally one to wake up at any point before midday on a Sunday (I generally spend my Saturday nights hard-parking like an edgy car scene kid in shopping centre car parks until the early hours) and nine times out of ten, I barely leave the house altogether! However, there’s an event which has amassed a…

All Euro Day 2016 (Adelaide, South Australia)

All Euro Day: A Successful First for Adelaide

As one of Slow Life’s resident Euro car owners, I got pretty excited when the first All Euro Day was announced for South Australia. Following the ongoing success of All Japan Day (brought to us by no other than a team led by Kristian Appelt; owner and manager of Iron Chef Imports and Iron Lady…

bullrush rally

Supercars Galore: Adelaide’s Brush With The Bullrush Rally

It’s not every day that Adelaide’s graced with a plethora of exotic cars… Pffft, who are we kidding!? Adelaide’s host to many great automotive events featuring rare and/or exotic cars every year including the Clipsal 500, the Adelaide Motorsport Festival, All Japan Day, Cruise for Charity and the Bay to Birdwood. These annual events contribute…

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