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Formula Drift Round 5 2013: Seattle, WA

Formula D threw down in Seattle, Washington for the fifth stop on the 2013 tour to perfect weather and a sold-out crowd. The Evergreen Speedway track has been on the schedule since 2006, and has provided some of the most dramatic finishes over the past several years. This year would be no different as there were several major shakeups in the championship point’s standings. Friday’s qualifying was topped by Darren McNamara, piloting his Falken Tire S14 to the top position with a qualify score of 97.5, one of the best so far this season. Fredric Aasbo slid into second in…

Fitted Ontario Place 2015: Toronto, ON

For the first time, Fitted has hosted two events within the Greater Toronto Area. The second, the largest Fitted event ever, was hosted at Ontario Place and took over one of their massive parking lots. For fans of the usual Brampton Fairgrounds show, this was a bit of a change in atmosphere. Instead of show inside and meet outside, this was an outdoor show and shine only, but that didn’t mean it didn’t hit hard. Bringing out some of the craziest rides in recent memory from around the GTA and over the border, this was one to remember. If you’ve…

Scion Racing Previews 2013 Formula Drift Cars

Before the FD season, Scion Racing always holds a special invite-only event to show off the cars that will be competing that year. For 2013, a trio of cars will race under the Scion brand. Ken Gushi will return in his Greddy FR-S, Freddy Aasbo will be piloting the 2014 Scion tC, while Tony Angelo debuts a Scion FR-S powered by the 2AZ motor from his former tC. All three cars will be burning Hankook tires for the 2013 season. Be sure to check these cars out at a Formula D event near you in 2013!…

CES 2016: Las Vegas, NV

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was a different beast altogether this year. Last year’s show saw me lost in literal seas of people, being marooned near some HDTV from Malaysia and having to find my way across to the island of car audio and new car technologies. This year, however, it seems there was some memo sent out by CES organizers that not everyone and their grandmother could attend. Walking in through those familiar Las Vegas Convention Center doors, I paused to enjoy the fact that I could breathe my own air and no one else’s. I could walk. I…