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getting to know… jami-lee

THE BEST THING ABOUT THIS MAXIM SHOOT IS… The team of people for sure! Everyone got along so well and we all had an awesome day. I’m so grateful to be a part of the MAXIM family! SINCE LAST APPEARING IN MAXIM I’VE BEEN… Working hard on my career and having plenty of “me” time as well – I think that’s just as important. SOMETHING PEOPLE WOULD BE SURPRISED TO KNOW ABOUT ME IS… I’m quite shy until you get to know me. I also find that social media can portray someone to seem completely different. When people meet me they are quite surprised that I’m really just a dork. THE FUNNIEST THING THAT HAS HAPPENED TO ME ON A MODELLING JOB IS… Recently, when I was on a swim shoot and a…

hardcore monster

Remember the Lykan Hypersport? No? We don’t blame you, only seven were ever built. Now comes (hopefully) a more memorable successor — the Fenyr SuperSport. Despite the local design, the Fenyr will be built by manufacturing company Magna Steyr in Austria with a RUFtuned Porsche twin-turbo 3.8 litre six strategically placed in front of the rear axle. That power base, along with the 1350kg carbon fibre body, carbon ceramic brakes, a limited slip diff, and a rear wing with 3 separate moving segments, will keep everyday performance hardcore. We’re talking 0-100 km/h in 2.7secs, and a 392 km/h top speed, hardcore. Externally, the Fenyr design does away with smooth lines and gives way to an abundance of sharp edges, almost as if the designers/builders were given a machete as their only…

custom deluxe

“NO MATTER WHAT I DO, I CANNOT ESCAPE MY MECHANICAL SENSIBILITIES.” In the 1950s, with time on their hands and adrenaline in their veins, London’s rebellious youth rolled up their sleeves and started modifying BSAs, Triumphs, Nortons, Vincents and other Britishbuilt motorbikes to go much, much faster. Channeling Marlon Brando in The Wild One while wearing UK-made Lewis Leathers, they convened at the Ace Cafe to swagger and swap stories and spare parts — hence the term “café racer” was born. Getting from the Cafe to the Hanger Lane roundabout and back before the jukebox stopped is said to have earned you membership in the infamous “ton-up club”, only possible with modified bikes that could easily do 100mph, i.e. the “ton.” Some modern machines can almost get there in first gear, but…

the tough road

Dan, what can we possibly ask you that you haven’t been asked already? What haven’t you heard? Someone just asked me what I like about Australia — and what do I listen to on the grid. I kind of like the random ones like that. What do I miss about Australia? I just said, like, meat pies and bakeries. I feel we do bakeries really well. I don’t actually eat that much bread – it’s just nice walking into a bakery and having so many options like caramel slices and jam doughnuts. You look relaxed. Yeah, I am. I guess I’m excited firstly to go racing again. I know this week is busy and it’s actually a hard one to soak in and enjoy because I’ve done it for a few years now.…

f1 calendar highlight

An instant classic from when it joined the calendar in 2008, the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix continues to inspire as one of the world’s great events — one that goes far beyond the racing, with the hottest acts live on stage, interactive entertainment and parties galore. On-track, it’s a feast for the eyes — with F1, and a host of thrilling support categories, going wheel-to-wheel under lights around the glamorous streets of Marina Bay. The world’s finest racers under maximum pressure — not only with cockpit temperatures soaring up to 60 degrees Celsius at racing speeds, but with the F1 World Championship on the line. This year should see a six-way fight for the Singapore silverware, with Valtteri Bottas pushing 5-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, 4-time F1 World…

lights out & away they go!

It’s the pinnacle of motorsport. As Australians we may have a soft spot for the V8 Supercars, but nothing quite tops the glitz, glamour, money, rivalries and machines seen in Formula 1. When legendary motorsport developer Codemasters (Race Driver, Dirt, Grid) picked up the F1 license in 2009, gamers across the world celebrated. And for eleven years now, the studio has been fine-tuning the experience like the expert mechanics of a pit lane garage. It goes without saying that F1 2019 features everything you would expect from a game celebrating this year’s championship. All the drivers, teams, cars and liveries are there, not to mention the latest rule changes. You can play offline or online against the full grid, not just getting behind the wheel, but tinkering away with your team…