Photographer, Aaron Leven documents car culture in Yorkshire
For the past year, photographer, Aaron Leven has been documenting the subculture of boy racers.
Photographed predominantly in Yorkshire, The Automotive Life captures the public spaces – including retail park car parks - where car groups meet up and take over the space for the night, exchanging the latest tips on car modifications, have rev-offs, do donuts, buy stickers and generally escape from the monotony of day-to-day working life.
The meets provide a social space for youths and bystanders alike to meet and become a part of a growing community.
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