I think calling racing Porsche’s in a famous race track in Japan, a dream, would be a large understatement. For me, just a trip to Japan would be a dream, but getting to drive an RWB Porsche with the famous builder is just beyond nuts! Heck I would kill just to film, photograph this stuff.
Seriously sit back and enjoy this entire video.
Thailand in Idlers 12 Hours</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user4359272″>TennXX</a>
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This car really does speak for itself. Everyone knows about it. Everyone, at least everyone I know, loves it and everything RWB is doing. This short video was put together, and put together very very nicely. Props.
I’m happy that RWB came out with this video. Not only for the incredible footage, but for the question everyone had in the back of their head. RWB has become so incredibly popular over the past couple months some were afraid it would become too main stream. In some ways it has, but at the same time why would that be a bad thing? I mean we are never going to see a RWB Porsche in every town, heck we probably won’t see on in every state, but why is seeing more built such a bad thing? “Change” is good. Sure, some things aren’t worth it, but we should be embracing this builder who creates some of the most beautiful machines in the world. I say, more Rauh Welt!
For the past couple months Luke Huxham have been blessing us with unprecedented coverage of RWB cars and Idler Games. Luke really knows how to create a great video. This is probably the first documentary I didn’t want to end. As I said before, it’s great to see these RWB cars are driven hard and still look REALLY good. It’s a passion we can all relate to. To you Luke, keep up the great work.
The song speaks volumes about these cars and the people involved in creating them. The first thing that comes to my mind is, beauty. There simply aren’t many cars that look as good as these. If you haven’t been following RWB they recently created a shop in Thailand and as you can see, just finished their second RWB car. Both of which had the personal Nakai-san touch. Nakai-san is actually in the US RWB shop working on the first US RWB 964. That is dedication to the fullest. Having a hand in EVERY creation. Props to one of the greater builders of our generation.
Ok, I’m downtown for fashion night out, so I’m posting this up on my homegirls iPad. Hopefully it comes out good. I believe I posted up the teaser for this video. But as many know RWB will now have shops in Bangkok and California. Here is a really great video of the man himself doing what he does best, building the most outrageous Porsche’s ever. He is a true artist and I think this video explains that extremely well. Owning a RWB’d Porsche is now on the top of my must-buy lists. You know your getting quality.
These videos really don’t need introduction anymore. They are so world renowned it’s getting crazy. These Porsche’s are simply the sickest cars ever! Cool to see who the owners are and what they’re about.
After coming back from Chicago, and recovering from the weekend, this was the first thing I wanted to post up. I watched it on my phone friday night, but couldn’t figure out how to post it in my app. Oh well. This video is really inspiring. Nakai-San seems like a really humble guy doing what he loves to do. It just happens that his love is building ridiculous Porsche’s.
I’m not sure where to start with this. Actually I should be asleep, but I came across a video by Luke Haxham on the recent RAUH-Welt track day at Tsukuba Circuit that I couldn’t help but watch. We all know by now that RWB build some of the most incredible Porsche’s ever. But it is really great to see these beautiful works of art out on the track. This for me, by far, is one of the greater automotive video’s I have seen in a while. Luke seems to capture the day perfectly. So before the video explodes and is on every forum, I wanted to show it here.
The RWB car’s are true works of art, and Luke Haxham displays it to perfection.