The Drivetribe Promoters' posts of the week #20
Have a look at who's won 50 tribecoins this week!
I can't believe it's been 20 weeks since we started this! Among hundreds of reviews, history articles and quizzes, it definitely is tough to pick six of the best posts from the week. However, Marcus, Natasha and I try our best to narrow it down. Below are our choices - to whom we award 50 tribecoins!
This Chevy may look like your run-of-the-mill classic cruising down the road, but the history behind it has a lot more to tell.
This is a fantastic post from Landon, a definite must read!
And does it make the GT86 irrelevant?
Jonathan has probably gotten this award more times than anyone but it’s for good reason, he’s always putting out excellent content.
Let's go back to basics in the Caterham Super Seven 1600 and has a blast. - By Andrew English
It's always a pleasure to read reviews on DriveTribe, and this one is no different. Fantastic writing!
My Grandma, Joan Clary, became one of the first six women to drive three-ton lorries for the British war effort in 1940
Freda has written a true inspirational story and one that was a blast to read. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, well done!
Alen has made a great comeback to the site with another one of his classic articles telling a car story in full depth!
What's the link between this rare and obscure Belgian Formula 2 car from the Seventies and Fernando Alonso?
Another comeback here! This story from Stijn comoletely blew my mind, and showed how much knowledge of the history of motorsport he has.
Thanks for reading! Make sure you look out for next week's best at Marcus's profile!