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Waterfest Kruize 2010

Waterfest KruiseToronto -to- New JerseyJuly 16, 2010Each and every year, harcore VW and Audi nuts make the trek from Toronto to New Jersey for Waterfest. This year, the meet again started with a kick-ass breakfast courtesy of JRP in Mississauga before some free giveaways and the highly sought after Official Waterfest T from PASMAG! FREE Trial Issue Want to Read More? Click Below for Full Digital Issue!   The 800km + trip got underway bright and early in the AM in order to arrive at the hotel near Englishtown Raceway in East Brunswick, NJ. This university knows how to party…

XDC: Round 2 Las Vegas

XDC: Round 2Las Vegas Motorspeed WayLas Vegas, NVMay 22, 2010   Rising from the remains of last years D1 USA efforts, the Xtreme Drift Circuit (XDC) has become a legitimate contender in the US drifting scene. Not all drifters have corporate sponsors who bankroll $1million dollar drift car builds and the XDC plays host to some of the best talent out there rocking affordable equipment. XDC has developed a strong follow in very little with this only their second event ever. Round 2 went to Las Vegas Motorspeedway, which turned out to be a great venue for all. Qualifying went…

Importfest 2011: Toronto, ON

Yes it’s true; Import Fest is back in full glory! As the longest running tuner show in North America, it is no surprise that this year’s event would shatter records both in terms of stats and quality of vehicles showcased. The Toronto Metro Convention Centre once again played host to the first of two city stops (the second being Montreal on October 1st) for what is tagged, as Canada’s Biggest and Baddest Car Show and we couldn’t agree more. A record number of over 15,000 people attended the one-day iFest event with roughly another 35,000 passing through the downtown Toronto…

Tokyo Auto Salon: Japan

As I head into my 40’s, I’m reminded that not only does perspective matter but also experience. This will be my 12th year covering the Tokyo Auto Salon (and the third with PASMAG) and I’m happy to say it never gets boring, regardless of age. Sure, I’m a little wearier than I used to be but there’s a clean and pure energy to the biggest automotive show on the planet that hits you like a spirit bomb when you trudge down the cold corridors of the entrance and emerge within the frenzied and buzzing halls beneath. It’s impossible not to…