I’m extremely excited and honored to be the featured Audiziner of the month for October (my birth month, at that!) on Audizine.com. You can read the full interview & article here: http://www.audizine.com/features/azer.php?azid=46.
I spend a lot of time blogging here, so it was fun to be blogged about for once Anthony & Stefan at Audizine did a great job compiling the article, and I was super thrilled with the photos Stefan took of my car. Also in the article I was sure to thank the many folks that have helped me out with my car(s) over the year, but I feel they are worth repeating here, too:
Q: And lastly do you have anyone you’d like to thank, any shout-outs?
A: My fiancé Moira for putting up with my Audi addiction and listening to me go on and on about cars even if you don’t understand everything I’m saying. My family for turning me on to cars, giving me a good education, and giving me the work ethic and opportunity to become successful enough to pursue this expensive hobby of mine. The shops that have helped me install things including Audi North Scottsdale, GoodSpeed Performance Lab, Phoenix Collision & Custom Paint, and Wheel Specialists. The countless online vendors that have helped me decide the best parts and give me good deals and customer service including oCarbon, adams rotors, Europrice, OEMplus, STaSIS, DipYourCar.com and others. Also to my friends who’ve given me tons of advice including everyone from the FRRG crew, especially Whatset, CaptDistraction, Koolade9, J the W, TSFI, and Starrkitten13. And last but surely not least, Anthony and all of Audizine for giving me a place to call home online and a starting point for all of my mods and ideas when it comes to Audis.
And last but not least, a big thank you to anyone that’s ever read this blog for giving me motivation & encouragement to keep doing my thing!
- Audi Club of Arizona’s Quattro de Mayo 2013
- Adam’s Rotors – Photos & Review
- Featured Ride: Audi Style Racing’s 1982 Audi Coupe
- 2014 Quattro de Mayo in Arizona
- Scottsdale Cars & Coffee Pictures – February, 2011