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SPOCOM 2012: Anaheim, CA

With another come and gone, another car show in the books; the annual SpoCom Consumer and Tradeshow was held at the Anaheim Convention Center and it did not disappoint. Despite the sweltering heat, the patrons amassed and attended another one of Southern California's premier shows. All the usual suspects were out in full force and some of the newcomers burst on to the scene. Glimpses of the new Scion FR-S were right at the forefront with video game demos and giveaways. The models lounge was packed solid as well, with everyone from international model Christine Barnum to the breakout Geisha…

SPOCOM 2014: Anaheim, CA

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by Limitless Society SPOCOM's annual Super Show took over the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA on July 12, 2014.…

DMCC Round 3 2010: Mirabel, QC

DMCC Round 3Circuit ICARMontreal, QCJuly 17-18, 2010 With the season at the half-way point it is becoming a real dogfight for the top spot. With Ontario Pat Cyr taking top spot in his privateer Corolla GT-S, the top points are still in the hands of Marc Landreville. Landreville is also one of the more underrated drivers making a statement in his Overdosed Performance S13 in the trademark pink. Pat Cyr was able to clinch yet another win at DMCC: Round 3 held at the beautiful Circuit Icar in Montreal. The technical course is perfectly smooth for long sustained sliding and…

Cars N Beaches 2014: Ruskin, FL

The 5th annual Cars n Beaches (CNB5) was hosted by iLDS (I Love Driving Slow) at E. G. Simmons Park in Ruskin, FL. Since this was their 2nd year at the E.G. Simmons location, the meet was better organized. The growth of Cars n Beaches has grown exponentially since 2009! iLDS started with a small group of friends from all over Florida to groom the foundation of the meet. The meet’s purpose is to give back to the Florida car scene and to keep it as minimal as possible. Keeping Cars n Beaches minimalistic proved to be impossible being that…