As I’m sorting through endless amount of pictures from ASM for our new website I keep coming across some interesting color schemes. There’s the occasional Yellow with Red interior but these seem to stand out enough to make it worth mentioning. But for some reason they all don’t look that bad; just different.
Interesting color choice. It looks surprisingly good!
A little while back our good friend at Attic asked us to bring some cars out to use for a music video for a relative unknown group called Far East Movement. Now that Far East Movement has blown up big time I finally got around to sorting the pics we took from that day.
Here’s the video!
With our the first batch of the new ASM Front Bumper IS-11 (GT-10 FRP) arriving in about 2 weeks, we put it side by side with the standard -04 front bumper. The integrated front lip extends the leading edge of the front bumper to add some much needed additional front downforce with minimal sacrifices in drag. The front grill opening is also widened for additional cooling and the sides now match directly up to the ASM Front Aero Fenders -04.
I finally got a chance to get the RevSpeed DVD from Tsukuba Time Attack 2010 and cut out the ASM’s segment. Enjoy!
For a full report from the event, see the earlier blog post:
ASM RevSpeed Tsukuba Time Attack 2010: Race Day
ASM RevSpeed Tsukuba Time Attack 2010: Final Test
ASM RevSpeed Tsukuba Time Attack 2010: Preparations
It must be nice to work for a car company’s performance division and have the budget to produce automotive April Fool’s jokes. There’s been shots all over the web of this M3 Pickup circling the Nurburgring but BMW debuted it today as sort of an April Fool’s joke. It will serve as a parts truck for the M division but it must have been fun designing and building this thing. They say it has almost the same drag coefficient as the M3 Coupe and with the same engine it hit 186 mph on the Ring. I kinda like it…