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Tested: 2015 Subaru WRX STI

A Wolf in Wolf Clothing My chance to drive the 2015 WRX STI finally came during a Subaru Canada club event at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park earlier this year. It wasn’t a full day of flat-out, white-knuckled lapping, but it was a great opportunity to get some seat time, feel out the changes and preview the new DDT. First is… Read more →

Tested: 2013 Subaru WRX STI

STImprezive! I’ve had an insatiable urge to get completely sideways while driving a Subaru STI since watching Ken Block’s Gymkhana Practice video on YouTube. Five long years have passed, Subaru launched a new model and I even met Mr. Block – who now drives a Ford of course – in person before that would happen. But it did happen, and… Read more →

Petter Solberg’s garage

I met Petter Solberg in Sardinia, Italy during the 2004 Rally Italia Sardina. Cool guy, awesome driver and quite the collection of Subarus and other awesome hardware according to this circa Dec. 2010 vid I have stumbled upon. Related posts: Italy in (my) pictures 2011 Targa Newfoundland coverage Back in Block! A gymkhana redux: session 1 to today Read more →

Video: 2011 Subaru WRX STI Sedan

Tommi Mäkinen is mackin’ it hard in this video, released to today by Subaru’s parent company Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. The vid is part of an advanced R&D project carried out at the world-famous the Nürburgring racetrack in Germany, using a 2011 model year Subaru WRX STI four-door sedan test mule. His time (7’55″00) is Subaru’s fastest lap time ever… Read more →

Block rocks the socks off his Subaru STi!

At first, this doesn’t look like it’ll be anything special. But it quickly turns to insane with Ken Block rocking the socks off his 2006 Subaru STi! What amazing control, plus lots of smoke and tons of max drift! WOW!!! Kudos to Crawford Performance for building this monster!! Related posts: Back in Block! Video: 2011 Subaru WRX STI Sedan \\_BFG_Dorifto_Demo_//… Read more →

Tested: 2008 Subaru Tribeca

“…Since the dawn of automotive time, vehicles have been named after all sorts of people, places and wild animals. There’s the Enzo (named after Ferrari’s late founder), for example, Malibu (a star’s hollow where you might actually see an Enzo) and Mustang (perhaps the world’s most popular animal-inspired machine). So, what’s a Tribeca then?” Continue reading – Benign Tribeca no… Read more →