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Texas Heat Wave 2014: Austin, TX

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by StalRev The 25th Anniversary of Texas Heat Wave was hosted by Custom Sounds at the Travis County Expo Center in Austin, TX on July 25-27, 2014. Heat Wave is a custom truck, car and audio event. The event supplied an opportunity for vehicle enthusiasts to show-off their vehicles and compete against other enthusiasts for awards and cash prizes. All make and models ranging from Model A to 2014 were welcome!…

Tuner Showcase 2015: Vancouver, BC

The first annual Tuner Showcase, co-located with the Vancouver International Auto Show (VIAS) at the award-winning, green-designed and state-of-the-art Vancouver Convention Centre on the waterfront in beautiful downtown Vancouver, British Columbia on Mar 24th-29th, was facilitated by Josh Chow of Drive Marketing Group. Photos by Monique Song & Takuya Photography / Drive Marketing Group This medley of trendsetting street cars, highly modified super cars and tuned motorsport cars not only struck curiosity (and education) to the average consumer/attendee, but also the interest of the hobbyists in aftermarket and modified culture. If you're going to do something for the first time…

Formula Drift Round 6 2012: Las Vegas, NV

Formula DRIFT returned to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Round 6: After Dark. Rhys Millen in the RMR / Hankook Hyundai Genesis Coupe takes the victory and moves up to third place in the overall points standings leading into the final event of the season. Round 6: After Dark brought drifting back to Sin City and treated fans to a night spectacle that included the Vegas ProAm championship, Slammed Society car show, Targa Trophy display of vehicles and more. The Driftstream saw an estimated 150,000 viewers in a 24-hour period. “The Las Vegas round of competition is always one…

WaterWerks on the Green 2012

The day was excellent despite about an hour and a half of pouring rain at the beginning of the day. By 9:30am the clouds parted and the sun came out unveiling the gorgeous back drop of Mount Si. (aka Twin Peaks, as Hollywood called it from the 1990’s hit TV show and movie) The early morning rain caused us many challenges throughout the day. Soft ground turned into mud in a few places and we had to reroute traffic and create new entrances. Also the judging for the show portion of the event was re-routed out of the amphitheater. There…