Well, after a long and brutal Detroit winter, racing season is back! I kicked off the year with my first trip to the 12 Hours of Sebring, which in it’s current incarnation is host to the second race in the Patron sponsored North American Endurance Cup and the Tudor United SportsCar Championship.
For half a century spring breakers have flocked to this WWII Air Force base for a race once around the clock, incredibly nice weather, and healthy dose of debauchery.
Check out some photos which I had a ton of fun taking after the here!
Introducing the latest incarnation of H-Point: The Fundamentals of Car Design & Packaging. All-new illustrations and revised text mark the completely reformatted and tablet-friendly re-issue of the authoritative resource for automotive design and packaging. Integrated into the curriculum of a vast majority of the world’s leading transportation design programs, H-Point is a proven resource for both students and professionals. The e-book format now allows Curb Industries to offer this crucial material in more than 50 territories at a new low price of $19.99 — and, for a limited time, at an introductory price of only $9.99. While the initial launch is exclusive to the Apple iBook format, support for other platforms will arrive in 2014.
Took my first trip down to Columbus, Ohio for the Goodguys 16th PPG Nationals this past weekend. It was well worth the 3.5 hour drive, car shows like this always bring out a great mix of cars and people. The weather was perfect, the cars where awesome, and I fell madly in love with a rented Canon 6D and f/1.2 85mm Lens. I hope you have as much fun checking out these photos as I had taking them! 🙂
It’s been almost 4 years since the The Curb Blog has been active. We thought now would be as good a time as any to give a brief history of CURB, as well as a little bit about what we’ve been up to lately, and whats on the horizon.
Around this time we began formulating the idea for an automotive lifestyle brand which could tie into our passion for automotive design, our experience in the industry, and our love for car culture in general. Curb was a name we’d been kicking around, it had a nice ring to it, and an in automotive design language it represents the ground line, the starting point of a sketch. So we did our research and found out the trademark was available, and then immediately applied for it. It wasn’t long before a goliath came knocking on our door to pick a fight…