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Import Face-Off 2010: Mongomery, AL

Photos by Cliff Wallace Eighth annual Montgomery IMPORT FACE-OFF May 16th, 2010 at Montgomery Motorsports Park in Montgomery, Alabama. It rained off and on all day at the track, forecast was 100% chance of rain, and it poured down over the entire state. Even still, the 8th annual Montgomery Import Face-Off was able to go on with a complete day of racing and close to 1000 in attendance. Josh from Usaci says, “Import Face-Off is the only show that can still draw 900+ people in the pouring rain”. Per track management, about 10 contestants were seen camping out at the…

Import Face-Off 2012: Baytown, TX

Photos by Cliff Wallace IMPORT FACE-OFF results from October 28th, 2012 at Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas FWD presented by S.P.E.C. clutches and flywheelsBaird, Clint - Ft Worth, TX - Civic - 10.29 @ 146.46R/U - Lopez, Aaron - San Antonio, TX - Civic - 10.43 @ 153.72 FORCED INDUCTION PRO presented by Motovicity DistributionWinner - Bui, Duy - Houston, TX - 240SX - 8.89 @ 154.69R/U - Ramon, Jorge - Converse, TX - 10.43 @ 145.25 FORCED INDUCTION SPORT presented by Deatsch WerksWinner - Bian, Wally - Stafford, TX - GTR - 10.32 @ 132.06R/U - Tran, Huy…

CES 2012: Las Vegas, NV

It seemed like the entire tech world descended on Las Vegas, Nevada in mid-January for the annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES). More than 150,000 audiophiles, gaming addicts and gadget junkies, along with 3,100-plus exhibitors occupied 1.8 million square feet of real state, including various facilities and hotel suites. The turnout was so big, in fact, that 2012 was billed as the biggest in the show’s 45-year history. CES is the show we’ll hear about for months to come, as every major player in the electronics industry competes for the ultimate in high-tech bragging rights. Each year, CES introduces new products…

Formula Drift Round 2 2012: Braselton, GA

Formula D returned to the birthplace of the series for the second stop in their ninth season with a bit of a twist for the drivers. The paved horseshoe of the turn 10 complex at Road Atlanta was originally built specifically to accommodate the series, and the FD Judges designed to change the course slightly to facilitate a more technical configuration which encouraged closer tandem. Drivers would still initiate at the end of the back straight at nearly 100 miles an hour, but instead of taking a short trip up the turn 10a hill and transitioning to travel up the…