Since owning various different cars I've been a member of several different well known online forums. Whilst these are great I've found that their greatest strength, the large community of owners, is also their greatest weakness. You tend to have many owners all posting together in a single marque forum, whilst this can lead to long and entertaining discussions you can lose track of the focus very quickly.
Since I've been an owner of a pretty rare car, a Porsche 911 GT2, I've found myself meeting up with other owners at events and we tend to stick together as the cars are a great common interest. There are lots of these sub-communities based around all different manufacturers and they're a gold-mine of information about that particular model, the problem is the current sites and forums aren't really the best homes for these communities as they don't provide a focused place for content about just that car.
This is where CarBrew has come from, as a web developer I thought I'd put my 'skills' to use and create a platform for these niche car communities to have discussions, maintain car registers, organise events and keep owners informed about what's going on.
If you'd like to start a club on here just sign up for an account and fill in the details about your club, after that it's up to you to recruit members and fill your club up with useful content!