Rough Unity: RWB

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Reflections- Raul-Welt Begriff @ the Idlers Games

I’ve had Raul-Welt Begriff and RWB Porsches on my mind a lot lately. Although, not for the reason that you might think.

Of course, I think that Raul-Welt (RWB) Porsches are just straight-awesome. The RWB 964 is one car that I have to own in my lifetime.  However, what I’ve really been thinking about is the lifestyle that owners of Raul-Welt cars involve themselves in.

It’s obvious that RWB brand displays a personified passion for cars through their products, but that’s not the point. What’s stands out to me is the impassioned community of enthusiasts; all joined by the love of what they want to do most.

Fatlace TV x RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF : Idlers Documentary from Luke Huxham on Vimeo.

There seems to be less competition about having the best car, or being the fastest driver. They’re just all out at the track to have a good time. Maybe the grass seems greener on the other side of the Pacific, but I don’t see this purity out of many car enthusiasts in the States.

What do you think?

Rauh-Welt 964

Another RWB video, as these cars have been on my mind lately. This is how a car should be tuned for the street. I love how RWB has developed a following of committed enthusiasts.

Favorite quote from this video. “There is no existant roll-center geometry, ok?”

Love it. He knows what he did. 😉

RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF : Shinji’s RWB 964 from Luke Huxham on Vimeo.

Sources of Inspiration: Porsche 911 (964)

There are plenty of cars that spark inspiration. Just a quick glance at them, and the synapses start firing. We all have a few that really stick out. We were at the local kart track, chatting about the topic recently, and one car came to mind that just never left the conversation.

The Porsche 911 (964). Air-cooled, boxer engine, tuned suspension. Something about that shape, the sound of the exhaust, and the rear engine kept us coming back.

Wouldn’t you be inspired?