The DriveTribe promoters' best of the week
Plus you can decide who wins TribeCoins!
Welcome to the end of another week and to our regular roundup of the best content posted on DriveTribe this week. As usual Kiran, Rahil, BashBash, and I have each chosen our two favourite posts and awarded them 50 TribeCoins each, but this week we're also trying something new.
The community choice award
We're giving you the chance to decide who you think deserves to be featured in this post, simply tell us in the comments (including a link if you can) what has been your favourite post from this week and whichever post gets the most votes will win some TribeCoins. The only rules are you can't nominate your own post or any of the following 8 posts we have selected.
Grab your rose-tinted specs, we're taking a trip down memory lane.
Nathaniel has sent all of us down memory lane with some great writing. GT fans check this out!
Dylan is one of the OG F1 writers on Drivetribe and I'm so glad he's back with another fascinating story.
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Car Fanatic has been posting a lot to awesome content lately and this quiz certainly isn't different. I loved playing it and I'm sure many others did to.
Almost completely analog. You and the car. Man and machine.
Zakk has written a wonderful article and while the title is inaccurate, his writing and photos make up for it.
Martyn raised some very interesting points in this article. Whether you agree with him or not, I’m sure you’ll be interested in hearing his perspective - great work Martyn!
Why is it that after almost a quarter of a century of the R35 GT-R, we still can’t get enough of it? There’s more to it than just performance.
I’m sorry but it’s a review of the Nissan GT-R Nismo - articles doesn’t get much cooler than that.
Maybe the Prius was on to something...
Now I must admit that I like a lot of EV's but I also see some of the problems there could be if everyone suddenly attempted to make the switch to an electric car. Ben has made some great points in this article and put a lot of research into it, brilliant work.
And when you find another one for sale, it all comes back
Mark has posted a lot of great content recently and this is one of my favourites. You should definitely take some time to read it and give Mark a follow so you don't miss his future work.
Those are our 8 winners for this week, and we'll announce the communities favourite post of the week in a few days time.