Cars are seen by many as icons of an era, emotive artistic designs, or an achievement in mans history to build, refine, and pioneer. Banger Racing seemingly goes against this attitude, cars are bought as cheaply as possible, stripped of anything that isn't deemed crucial, painted and customized with graffiti, and then sent into a gladiatorial like arena to be crashed and smashed beyond any recognition. It's clear to me that the ethos to throw caution to the wind is a breath of fresh air in today's strict society, but what is unclear is the commitment and sacrifices made to race, only to then destroy their work. Is it simply motoring barbarity, or a labor of love and commitment?
Marlon Davies • Radka Dolinska • Paul Fielding • Ray Price • Katie Scott • Lisa Stronstad • Alexandra Taylor • Lisa Wilton • Leon Woodward •