Race Cars

Old School Race Car: 1972 De Tomaso Pantera

Here’s some classic Italian + American muscle: a white 1972 De Tomaso Pantera with a 700 hp NASCAR engine! Whoa! This car “looks” the part, with its aggressive front-end splitter, wide-bodied flared fenders, and flat-out, loud, American, NASCAR-made, 700 hp motor! Listen, look, and experience this unique machine: So, why do all this to a [...]

Porsche Carrera GT: The Definition of a True Supercar

Some cars just speak for themselves. Here is a machine that defines the meaning of a true supercar: the Porsche Carrera GT. One of only about 1,270 ever produced from 2004-2007 (only about 604 sold in the U.S.). Decked out in classic GT Silver, this Carrera GT sports a 5.7 Liter V10 engine making 612 [...]

A car made for the Red Planet: Lamborghini LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale

Who said only Ferraris can be RED? Well, it wasn’t Automobili Lamborghini who said that… Lamborghini is known for making wild and extreme cars. Cars from another planet, one could say. Cars from the “Red Planet” Mars, perhaps? Here’s a rare gem for you…one of only 150 in the world! A Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super [...]

Spring Brunch Drive: Food, Fun, and Ferraris!

For car enthusiasts, Spring is the “official” start of the “driving season”. If you live in a warm-weather state such as California, Florida, Arizona, etc, the driving season is year-round, so this rule need not apply to your situation. Lucky you! So what do you do if Spring is upon you, the weather is clear, [...]

Baltimore Grand Prix (Part 4): One More Lap!

As we mentioned in previous posts about the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, it was an event for all car enthusiasts. The racing was competitive and the crowds seemed to enjoy the show. The professional drivers were unaminously challenged by the 2.04 mile downtown circuit near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Well, what if you had a chance [...]

CarScrubs.com’s 2011 Video Highlights: Happy New Year to All!

As we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of CarScrubs.com, our team would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and happy holiday and New Year in 2012! We’d like to thank all of you for visiting our site (and hopefully staying for the long-term!), helping our site grow, and we hope you find this place a [...]

Baltimore Grand Prix (Part 3): The Event, the Race Cars, the Races

As we discussed in previous posts, the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix was held in the heart of downtown Baltimore, MD. For racing fans and car fans alike, this was a unique event for the East Coast and crowds were enthralled by the gathering of race cars that seemed out of place on the streets of [...]

Baltimore Grand Prix (Part 2): Exotic Car Corral

As we discussed in a previous post, the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix was held in the heart of downtown Baltimore, MD. If you’re a car fan, this was an event for all car fanatics, doctors or not. As part of the 3-day event, various car clubs were allotted reserved parking in a large car corral. [...]

Coming to America: Austin, Texas that is…

You know what they say: Everything’s big in Texas! When you think about Austin, the capital city of Texas, a few things come to mind: live music, high-tech companies, the University of Texas at Austin, Lance Armstrong, the Longhorns, Bevo, Formula One… Wait, what was that? Did you say Formula One? Why yes, we did! [...]

The sound of Ferrari: The ultimate symphony?

If you love classical music like we do, there is nothing better than hearing the works of the great composers in history, such as Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Handel, Chopin, Brahms, Rachmaninoff, et al. The masterful works produced by such musical geniuses are second to none – audio nirvana for the human ears…the ultimate symphonies… Or [...]