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Waterfest 2012: Englishtown, NJ

If Euro cars are your thing, Waterfest is an absolute must. Since its inception in 2002, thousands of VW and Audi enthusiasts have made the trek to Englishtown, New Jersey for a weekend most noted for its laid-back atmosphere, eye-bugging rides and after-hours debauchery. Opening day began with some rain, but that was the last we would see of it. By the time the clock struck noon, the lines became longer and personal space got smaller. Over 450 VWs and Audis competing in more than 50 car classes were on hand for car show event. Spectators could carouse the booths,…

Import Face-Off 2010: Las Vegas, NV

This event had the largest turnout for the FWD class in Import Face Off (IFO) history, proving import drag racing is alive and well on the West coast. The FWD class, usually a top 8 qualifier only, had so many contestants (30+) that IFO officials had to double it into a top 16 field and add a secondary class for qualifiers 17 to 24! Unfortunately, the racing portion of the event rained out after the first round of eliminations. Payouts were split up evenly with all the racers left in the competition. Courtney Green in his Honda Civic from Utah…

OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational 2013

All 51 participants of the 2013 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational line up for a group photo, ready to kick off the events of the sixth annual OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational. Crowds of spectators gather to cheer for the start of the 2013 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational. Fans line the streets of Las Vegas outside SEMA to watch participants take on the Detroit Speed & Engineering Road Rally. Participant Chris Moore in his 1972 Ford Maverick. Participant Dax Snow and his 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo turn a corner at the 2013 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational. Winner of the…

Honda Yuasa Racing BTCC Battle Moves to Donington Park

The fight for the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads to Donington Park this weekend and Honda Yuasa Racing Team drivers Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden are aiming to be in the thick of the action. Reigning BTCC champion Neal gave the new NGTC Honda Civic a win on its debut at Brands Hatch earlier this month and currently lies second in the drivers’ standings. That means he will have to carry 36kg of success ballast in the first Donington race, but the three-time title winner believes he will still be in the fight. “We’re expecting more of…