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DMCC Round 2 2011: Mirabel, QC

The second round of the DMCC series took place at the Circuit Icar that is just north of Montreal. Icar is a 1st class racing facility that is built on the old Mirabel airport, which gives the venue a unique look and feel. The track is completely concrete that is actually really good at not eating tires too much but one drawback is that the track is so huge that some sort of transport is needed to get around or else you spend your weekend walking from place to place. It is the second time that the series has come…

First Class Fitment by Canibeat 2014: Princeton, NJ

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by Elite Tuner Canibeat's 5th annual First Class Fitment took place at the Princeton Airport in Princeton, New Jersey on Saturday, October 18, 2014. This was an event that showcased and spotlighted the automotive tuning category of 'stance", defined by an umbrella of different wheel, tire and suspension setups. Not only did the screening of vehicles consist of a list of wheels, tires and suspension, the Canibeat staff also focused on a build's entirety - the complete build with 'overall stance'. With the modifying, comes the lifestyle. Attendees were also seen out on their…

Import Face-Off 2013: Bradenton, FL

Photos by Cliff Wallace Import Face-Off was held at Bradenton, FL on January 19, 2014. Front Wheel Drive presented by S.P.E.C. Clutches and Flywheels Winner - Ivan Reyes - Civic - Orlando, FL - 27.201@33.84mph R/U - Dwayne Howek - Honda - Cape, Coral, FL Outlaw presented by the FueLab Winner - Luis Ferrer - Port St. Lucie - FL, Corolla - 7.583@184.42mph R/U - Jose Gonzales - Deltona, FL - 7.321@180.54mph Forced Induction Pro presented by Motovicity Distribution Winner - Silvio Leal - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 5.303@135.66mph R/U - Ryan Rodriguez - Orlando, FL - S2000 Forced Induction…

Tokyo Auto Salon 2012

Coming to Tokyo is no chore for anyone who knows how much it pays off when you get here. Despite the long flights, bus rides and train rides everyone is at their fullest the instant they step out onto the bustling streets of Tokyo. Girls in maid uniforms with unnaturally high-pitched voices try to smooth-talk you into getting rid of some cash at their maid café while you try and find your hotel that’s jammed somewhere between a ramen shop and a micro-sized Jinja (shrine). But it’s Tokyo, so the closet-sized hotel room and shrimp burger you had for supper…