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Import Face-Off 2015: Crofton, MD

The climate may have still been cool in the east coast, but Import Face-Off heated things up in Crofton, MD on Sunday, March 29 at the Capitol Raceway. Here's a gallery of the collection of cars that were displayed in the Show & Shine area of the event. For more event info visit: www.importfaceoff.net. For more event info visit: www.importfaceoff.net.…

Community Of Speed 2016: Corpus Christi, TX

The local tuner car scene organized the Community of Speed automotive show at Dunkin' Donuts in Corpus Christi, TX on December 12 to benefit Timon's Ministries, a non-profit group, with charitable contributions from event participants of toys, clothing, and blankets, for those less fortunate. "The best part about coming together for the Community of Speed event is being able to help those less fortunate, by providing for a brighter holiday season. Not everyone has the ability to provide for their families, so we wanted to help as many families as possible," stated Wayne Raqueno of tuner shop - GS Motorsports.…

Import Face-Off 2010: Alton, VA

This Import Face-Off marked the first Import drag and show series to visit Virginia since 2007. Local contestants, especially racers, were extremely appreciative IFO came through. The tour will return to Virginia Motorsports Park in the Spring of 2011. IFO will continue to fill the void and provide quality, sportsman level events for the national Import community. The FWD class was won by number 1 qualifier Shad Sawyer from Virginia Beach, VA in his 99' K series Honda Civic running 10.592 @ 147.44 mph against Ricky Lower from Buena Vista, VA also in a Honda Civic who red lighted in…

IASCA Japan Hosts Sound Quality Training Seminar

Daytona Beach, Florida - IASCA Director of Operations Moe Sabourin was in Japan from July 19th to the 26th conducting a Judge's Training Seminar for Sound Quality. The training was held in Mishima City at the Mishima Convention Center, with more than 30 attending to become IASCA Certified Judges. "The Japanese culture for car audio is all about making the installations look great and the cars sounding amazing" said Moe Sabourin "Their dedication to detail and the pursuit of top notch sound quality in their vehicles is astounding; they research every detail and apply it, and it showed in the…