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Import Face-Off 2010: Tucson, AZ

Photos by Cliff Wallace Import Face-Off | Firebird Raceway | Tucson, AZ Despite the bad weather, the third annual NOS Energy Drink’s Tucson Import Face-Off had the highest attendance from previous years. All race classes were full and the car show was packed to capacity with some contestants having to park outside the designated display area because there was no space. You want drama? A few contestants from the Supra club protested that the entries parked outside the designated area should be disqualified for not following the "park inside the yellow tape" instructions even though there were no more available…

CSCS Round 2 2011: Bowmanville, ON

Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) added Mosport International Raceway DDT track to their 2011 event schedule making it one of the most anticipated events of the season. With 9 years under their belt, this was the first CSCS event that did not include Drag Racing. As the sun rose for what would be a scorching hot day racers lined the gates by 6 am. The CSCS Sailun Tires Drifting Championship had a sold out field and presented drivers with one of the most technical tracks to date. The Drift course included elevation changes and entry speeds exceeding 120km/h forcing many…

Import Face-Off 2011: San Antonio, TX

Text and Photos by Cliff Wallace - Results from December 11th, 2011 FWD presented by SPEC clutches and flywheelsWinner – Stephens R – 10.56 @ 146.53R/U – 10.74 @ 130.47 FORCED INDUCTION PRO presented by Go Autoworks Winner – 9.94 @ 152.13R/U – Toscano L – 10.14 @ 137.24 ALL MOTOR PRO presented by Competition ClutchWinner – Lumpkin, J – 10.68 @ 128.68R/U – Slovak, R – 14.81 @ 81.51 FORCED INDUCTION SPORT presented by Fusionworks RacingWinner – Wortman, W – 10.51 @ 135.34R/U – Otsuji, T – 10.63 @ 133.85 ALL MOTOR SPORT presented by Beast Mode PerformanceWinner…

DMCC Round 6 2012: St-Eustache, QC

The sixth stop for the DMCC series took place at the Autodrome St Eustache, just north of Montreal, over Labour Day weekend. Two-time DMCC champion, Matt Waldin came out to the event to stir things up, but sadly, on Sunday, his engine let go ending it early. As bad as it was, it would have been nice to see him battling it out in the top 16. Matt was not the only one to suffer engine failures. Francis Tasse and “Paco” both had their engines blow during practice leaving the field already three drivers down. Aside from the engine failures,…