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02.04.2017 Import Face-Off: Atco Atco Raceway Atco, NJ Audio, Drag Racing, Drift, Show & Shine

The FWY Series: Pasadena

Five years in the making, the "FWY Series" is still going strong. Since then, Team REVO and 742 Marketing have expanded to be more than a Scion only club and with that, so have their events. Team President, Jeoffrey Maldonado holds close to his heart the American Cancer Society as a very close member of his family was diagnosed with Breast Cancer a few years back. Luckily, with the support of family, friends, and treatment, she has since recovered forming the crux of the Annual Breast Cancer Charity Show. This year over 300 vehicles registered, many vendors came out to…

Formula Drift 2011: Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

The beautiful Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi played host to the Formula D superstars along with thousands of their insane drifting fans. With an International presence in addition to a seemingly unlimited budget and facilities at the outrageous Yas Marina Circuit, the battles were heated and the action went on into the cold desert night. In the end, it was European Fredric Aasbo took the top podium after defeating the 2009 Formula Drift Champion Chris Forsberg! 1st Place – Fredric Aasbo - Toyota Supra Trophy Presented by: Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Khalid Al Nahyan 2nd Place – Chris…

DTP 2011: Vancouver, BC

The Northwest: known to the rest of the country as the place with the rain and coffee. However, ask some car enthusiasts and they might tell you that we’ve had some pretty good car shows in the past up here, often with the quality rivaling that of the other big markets. One show that has always been at the top of the list of yearly shows to attend has been Driven to Perform, the yearly show held in Vancouver B.C. that gives most of us down in the U.S. a reason to battle through the border crossing just to go…

Texas Heat Wave 2011 - Austin, TX

Texas Heat Wave 2011 certainly lived up to its over 20 year long reputation. Much of Texas has been under an excessive heat wave and drought for months now. Those conditions didn’t stop automotive fans, car clubs, avid competitors, and dedicated spectators along with the who’s who of vendors from facing the extreme Texas 100+ degree heat to make what many call their annual tradition for over 2 decades. The Texas Heat Wave continued its “Texas-Sized”  tradition that brings thousands of fans from all over the country again this year always trying to top how many people they can entertain…