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Performance World 2011

  As the official kick-off to the car season here in Toronto, Performance World rocked the International Center with all kinds of things to see and do. Known for decades as a Rod Rod and Muscle Car show, the floor is split almost 50/50 today with tuner cars and audio builds these days. The blend provides a unique look for each car enthusiast to experience and appreciate what others have created for one ticket price! The main hall shows off all of the premier builds from around North America in large elaborate displays. While most of them are classics and…

Formula Drift Round 4 2013: Wall, NJ

Formula D ripped into the Wall, NJ 1/8 mile oval course for the fourth stop on their 2013 10th anniversary tour. Although the speeds at wall are the slowest of the entire circuit, the transition off of the 30-degree banking makes the track one of the most technical to drive. This year’s configuration was changed up slightly, eliminating the crossover through the middle that was often bumpy. Qualifying yielded several familiar names at the top including a Falken 1-2 sweep with top qualifier Justin Pawlak in his Falken Tire Ford Mustang and Darren McNamara close behind in his Falken Tire…

Southern Worthersee 2015: Helen, GA

After a town meeting in Helen, GA in May, many fans were sad to hear and read news that Southern Worthersee (SOWO) was cancelled for 2016. Fortunately, a few months after the town meeting and SOWO 2015 (May 16-17) closed its gates, the organizers announced a newly titled event to please the masses. SOWO lives! For 2016, SOWO Partners presents: The European Experience at Hutchinson Island in Savannah, GA on May 13-15. In the meantime, please enjoy our 2015 coverage by HardparkN. For more SOWO/The European Experience info, visit: http://sowoeuropeanexperience.com. Stay tuned for Part 2 coverage of SOWO 2015. Contributor:…

CSCS Round 5 2012: Cayuga, ON

Fifty events. One decade. No matter how you choose to look at it, Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) has been around for a long time. Every year has brought new surprises, new sponsors, new competitors and even more new fans. More importantly, the old competitors, the veterans, the die-hards; they’re still there and pushing harder than ever. CSCS has become one of those rare events where new meets old and they actually benefit from each other. This unspoken understanding at the heart of automotive competition is the shared desire to go faster, louder, lower, or more sideways -wherever your passion…