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DMCC Round 3 2011: Victoriaville, QC

DMCC Round 3 was held this past weekend in Victoriaville, Quebec. It was a very different venue then where a DMCC event usually takes place.. Instead of being at a race track like normal the 3rd round was held in a snow dump that was converted by the DMCC team and with the help of the town of Victoriaville into one of the best DMCC events ever. The track that was set up was very technical and even had a jump half way through it..made it really exciting to watch. An other new aspect for Rd3 was the way the…

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…

DMCC Round 3 2013: Ste-Croix, QC

The third round of the DMCC series took place at the River Side Speedway located in STE-Croix, Quebec. The last time DMCC came to this track was back in 2009. Since then, it’s had some major changes. Notably, the infield of the track has been paved to make a very high speed and exciting layout. Round three was also the event where Pat Cyr was finally going to have his FR-S out for competition. A lot of people were very excited to see his car out on the track; so much so, a group gathered as he pulled the car…

D1 Drift 2016 (Round 1): Tokyo, Japan

All the sliding and drama that happended under the 1:1 Gundam. Round One of the 2016 D1 Drift Series kicked off as usual at the tight and technical confines of the Odaiba Venue, just outside Central Tokyo. On behalf of the readers of PASMAG and Toyo Tires as one of the sport's main sponsors, I was there to cover the main event. As a guest of Toyo, I received special access to the Trust R35 compound, and as you’ll see elsewhere in the magazine, some quality time with Kawabata-san, who endured my 20 questions just for you guys. The main…