We can’t wait for this to drop on July 9 – and we’re not even just saying that because we got to hang out with the big dog himself!
The Brother Rally New Zealand hit the greater Auckland region over the past week, and while for many that meant traveling the countryside to witness the gravel stages and such icons as Sebastien Loeb , thousands packed into the Auckland Domain for the tarmac special stage. Invited along for a demo was Mad Mike, who had been burning the midnight oil over the past few months rebuilding the Red Bull sponsored RX-8. Kenny and the boys from SBPNZ were on hand to capture his demo.
Occupation: Bartender/Hostess at Tyler St Garage
Location: West Auckland
• My doggy! Anyone who knows me will agree with this
• The weekend. Who doesn’t love the weekend? Going up to Muriwai 4WDing with the boys, sun and sand!
• And third obvious choice is my partner! He’s my number one
• Thai food
• Tattoos. It makes a guy 100 times hotter!
• Snuggling up with my partner, watching a DVD
• I absolutely hate animal abuse!
• Shifty old men that hit on me — yuck
• Cold weather — I cannot stand the rain and wind!
To see more photos of Michelle click on the gallery below.
This article is from NZ Performance Car 185. Click here to check it out.
We just got back to the office after spending the morning with Ken Block. He is definitely as chilled as he is portrayed in the media, has plenty to say and loves how into cars and motorsport we are here in New Zealand.
NZPC is definitely OK by him too. Check out the full interview with the man himself in the next issue, due out in shops July 2nd.
A special thanks to DC for hooking us up!
The world of New Zealand drifting harbours many mysteries, and among them is a conundrum we’ve never quite managed to get our heads around — telling twin brothers Jason and Matt Sellers apart. The Sellers have long been involved in the sport thanks to Jason’s contention of the D1NZ Pro series with his big Nissan Laurel, and while it can be hard to differentiate between the two (we find the best tactic involves calling whichever one you’re talking to “bro” until the conversation progresses far enough to work out who it is that you’re talking to) the brothers’ cars couldn’t be any more different.
It’s funny how car builds have a tendency to kick you in the balls time and time again, at each turn you encounter an unforseen problem, usually meaning more time and more money. The E36 has turned into one of those builds for me. After getting the car back from Quest Fabrication a few weeks ago, I was on a high, the cage was in and it looked awesome and the boys had the car back to me way quicker than I ever imagined.
On an almost daily basis we are emailed with requests as to where people can get their hands on back issues. The NZPC vault goes back way back as far as issue 10 and although some issues in between are out of stock, most mags are available, including special features and poster books we stashed away for such an occasion. You can find and order them all, including the current issue (NZPC187) online at Giveamag.co.nz. While on there you can also sign up for a six or twelve month subscription to save a few pennies.