The best of DriveTribe in 2021
Here are 9 of our favourite posts from the past year
2021 has been another strange year in a lot of ways but there has been one thing that you can always count on, that you can open DriveTribe and be entertained, informed, and amazed by the huge amount of content created by the community.
We could have included 100 posts in this article but in the end Kiran, Natasha and I settled on just 3 each to feature here and you can tell us your favourites in the comments below.
Patrick's truly spectacular adventure across this road has been documented brilliantly, you should really check his profile out for more of such stuff.
In Tasmania's southwest lies a glorious 103km ribbon of dead-end twisting tarmac that was created through controversial circumstances.
Jesse's content is always fresh, original and hilarious. I'm jealous that he got to go to a classic racing event and you'd be too, looking at these great photos. Watch for the selfie at the end...
The best action, the coolest cars, the closest experiences. Classic Racing is a belter of a spectator sport.
I absolutely love technical articles, and this is probably the best one on the site. Totally ambitious but not totally rubbish. Brilliant piece from Ben and he has REALLY put some effort into this one.
I kinda left my other project of a scaled down Flat 6 behind due to no pops and bangs, only to encounter more modern struggles.
It's not surprising to spot Aaron more than once in the best of the week or on DriveTribe. His writing is amazing and flows so smooth. This specific article was a true blast of the ages.
With a plethora of different models, it's easy to miss out some real gems
Throttle Girl often appears in the best of the week, smashing each article out of the ball park. However, this specific one is a beautiful read and one of my favorites. Awesome writing!!
Let me give you a hint... it involves Ford
Alen often graces DriveTribe and the best of the week with his articles. I remember reading this the first time and being absolutely blown away. A true masterpiece.
The 1954 Belmont was supposed to be a proper American sports car
Claire and Ayesh always make amazing articles and this is one of my personal favourites. It combines excellent writing with fantastic pictures to make it really enjoyable to read, hopefully we’ll see more content like this in 2022.
Why is it that after more than a decade of the R35 GT-R, we still can’t get enough of it? There’s more to it than just performance.
It was difficult to choose just three posts to feature here but I knew I had to include one from Noah. His unique writing style makes his articles both informative and very entertaining to read. Awesome work.
No, it doesn't have 1000hp but LOOK at those exhaust tips!
I think everyone on here knows that Ben Welham creates a lot of brilliant content but this one deserves a bit of extra attention. It’s a really well written story that you should definitely read if you haven’t already.
This is coming from a bloke who has owned seven since 1990
Remember to vote for your favourite in the poll above and we’ll give the top 3 some TribeCoins next week.
Thanks for reading and we wish you a very happy new year from everyone at DriveTribe.