Carcaine...It's a Hell OF A DRuG

2y ago


For the past 13 years, I've been lucky enough to make a living in the world of automotive, and not just the pedestrian variant of four wheels and miles-per-gallon. No, I've spent it around things that go fast, sideways, sometimes airborne, and often all at the same time.

My day-to-day hustle presently is running the automotive debauchery factory we call Hoonigan Industries. If you have seen Ken Block paint a city black with rubber in any of his Gymkhana films, then you are aware of our work. Before that, I founded and helmed 0-60 Magazine, an American motoring publication that tried its damnedest to be great. We certainly succeeded at times. In my few spare moments I collect project cars. Rarely do I finish them. Never do I seem to part with them.

So, what will you get out of Carcaine, other than a bloody nose and a $500 a day habit? Well, the honest answer is a little bit of everything, and hopefully a bit more than nothing. I don't plan to stick to many rules here. Sometimes you may get an exclusive behind the scenes look at one of the Gymkhana projects, other times I might just wax on romantically about some obscure car I'm debating buying after finding it on a late night Craigslist bender, or I might simply share something I find cool. I'll try my best not to bore myself, no promises for your own excitement levels, though. Follow at your own risk.

My 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo RWB - PHOTO: Tony Harmer

On set with Ken Block filming Gymkhana SEVEN - Wild in the Streets - PHOTO Tony Harmer

My 1972 Chevy Nova (aka Napalm Nova) PHOTO: Tony Harmer

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