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Hot Import Nights 2016: Houston, TX

Gillman Subaru’s Hot Import Nights presented by Valvoline returned to Houston, Texas, with a sold-out event of 14,024 in attendance at NRG Center on Saturday, December 10th. The final car competition of HIN’s 2016 year featured 306 vehicles - the top vehicles and car teams, who showed up in full force. Javier Rodriguez took home the Best of Show award with his impressive Infinity G35 and Ducky Tysdal took home the Hottest Performance Award presented by Valvoline with his 1,230-whp twin-turbo LS-swapped Genesis. The Suicide Stage filled the massive hall with electrifying visuals, DJ battles by DJ Pri Yon Joni,…

Formula Drift Round 6 2012: Las Vegas, NV

Formula DRIFT returned to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Round 6: After Dark. Rhys Millen in the RMR / Hankook Hyundai Genesis Coupe takes the victory and moves up to third place in the overall points standings leading into the final event of the season. Round 6: After Dark brought drifting back to Sin City and treated fans to a night spectacle that included the Vegas ProAm championship, Slammed Society car show, Targa Trophy display of vehicles and more. The Driftstream saw an estimated 150,000 viewers in a 24-hour period. “The Las Vegas round of competition is always one…

Russian National Finals 2015: Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Sunday, September 27th marked the largest Autosound event in the history of Russia. It was the first time that Russia has held a 4X DBDRA event, which is a pretty big deal. The event was judged by a good friend of mine, who also happens to be one of the most seasoned judges and officials for the DBDRA, Mr. Yiannis Lekkas. He traveled all the way from Greece in order to oversee the judging alongside Russian head judge Alexey Stroganov. The weekend brought hundreds of competitors to battle it out in multiple formats from dB Drag, Bass Race, EMMA and…

Tokyo Auto Salon 2016: Mihama-ku, Chiba. Japan

TAS 2016 was a bit of a renaissance for me. It was the 10th consecutive time I’d visited the event since arriving in Japan in 2005. And whilst I wished for things to be totally different, I am glad that much of what I’ve come to know and love hasn’t changed at all, whereas many other things have undergone transformation. That’s not to suggest the Tokyo Auto Salon is stale in any way, but you do get used to the rhythm and tempo of the event after having visited it so many times. The same faces, the same names —…