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Articles by Mitchell Tulk

Mitchell Tulk

Mitchell Tulk

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Following a passion shared by his father and grandfather, Mitchell’s love of cars really kicked off with his Godfather’s purchase of a new Mazda RX-8. Exposure to that car changed his world forever, leading to an RX-7 obsession. To feed his automotive addiction, Mitchell decided to become a motoring journalist and made his mark at several high-profile motoring publications before landing at CarsGuide. While he is a rotary loyalist, Mitchell also has a massive love for Aussie muscle cars, and dreams of one day getting behind the wheel of a Charger R/T E49 (if anyone will let him). His other passions include Queensland, and spending Saturdays with his mates.

Finally, the ute gets its engine transplant. After receiving an array of Holley engine parts , the 6.0-litre V8 now looks like a completely different unit. The most notable addition to the LS1 is the intake manifold...Read more
Being a courier driver has never been so exciting. Vans are one of the most boring vehicles on the roads however, the likes of a Ford Transit can make the basis for an interesting engine swap. A British man by the name...Read more
A front-wheel drive V8 sports car? How crazy can you be? Mad man. This is the simplest way of describing the owner of this Honda Integra DC5 (Acura RSX in the USA). Ryan Standke, has somehow managed to swap a 5.3-litre...Read more
Everything is bigger in Texas, including the engines and turbochargers. The Toyota Supra is a tuners’ dream car, thanks to the 2JZ engine having a reputation for handling large amounts of boost and producing epic power...Read more
Everyone remembers the Magna for being dependable and boring, yet the Ralliart model was the complete opposite. The Magna was Mitsubishi’s answer to the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore , but was always seen as the...Read more
Manheim puts three of Holden's Limited Edition Commodores under the hammer. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you'll know Holden is wrapping up local production on the 20th of October and the brand has organised a...Read more
Goodbyes are always hard… Mitsubishi , Ford and Toyota have all shut their local factories and Holden is about to follow suit with the Elizabeth plant closing its doors next week. While there won't be a dry-eyed Holden...Read more
Back in 1994 Craig Lowndes was an unknown figure in motorsport, yet after that year's Bathurst 1000 it was a different story. John Bowe versus Craig Lowndes was a common sight during the mid to late ‘90s and it all...Read more
The biggest penalty ever handed out in Supercar history. This moment is one Greg Murphy would rather forget, as his chance of winning the 2002 Bathurst 1000 disappeared when his crew made a crucial error. During a...Read more
They call him Peter Perfect and after his domination of the '79 Bathurst, it's easy to see why. To many this is the ultimate Bathurst moment as no other driver since has won the great race by such a large margin. By...Read more
Paving the way for the classic Ford versus Holden rivalry, this is when V8 power began to dominate Bathurst. In 1967, Ford changed the game, showing Aussies if you wanted to win the big race you needed a V8 and not a...Read more
You really can race anything on the Nürburgring. When taking to the Nürburgring, most drivers option to take their own car or to rent high-end performance cars like a Porsche 911 or BMW M3 . However, for YouTube star, '...Read more
"Brapping" isn't just a Mazda thing, this BMW can do it too. The E65 generation of BMW's M6 was a hit and miss in the looks department, not everyone was a fan of the styling, escpecially the grille. However, one thing...Read more
The ute has gone from right-hand drive to left-hand drive and now the LS1 V8 engine gets some flashy new parts. Over at Hoonigan, the guys are slowly getting their Forza inspired VY Commodore ute together. After the...Read more
Here are the cars with designs that date back past 10 years but are still available in showrooms today. In amongst all the shiny new metal that manufacturers release into the world, there are examples that continue to...Read more
Nothing is cooler than putting an old school race engine into a touring car. Seeing a BMW E90 3-Series in Euro race-spec, you may assume that under the hood lies the familiar 1.6-litre, turbocharged , four-cylinder...Read more
No one is perfect, and Ford Australia is testament to this. Our local Ford arm has had its fair share of ups and downs, having created some of the best Aussie muscle cars the world has even seen but also creating some...Read more
Frederick Hugh Gordon and his forgotten company paved the way for vehicle manufacturing in Australia. Australia is soon going to be without a car manufacturing industry, with the closure of Holden and Toyota's plants...Read more
Australia is yet to have its own electric race series, but this lot proves we'll race pretty much anything. Jaguar has announced that it will be launching a one-make Formula E support category next year, using the brand...Read more

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