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16.09.2017 Kickflips & Flywhips Elm Ridge Park Rocky Hill, CT Show & Shine

Greater Reading Auto Expo

Greater Reading Auto ExpoMaple Grove SpeedwayMohnton, PAApril 24, 2010   Maple Grove Speedway; synonymous with American muscle and quarter mile runs, saw a change of heart on April 24, 2010 with Team KO and Import Intelligence hosting “The Greater Reading Auto Expo” and Drift Camp. The Greater Reading Auto Expo featured a jam-packed car show, an SCCA sponsored autocross, captivating motorcycle stunts (by the Anti-Team), and an impressive Drift Camp (by Import Intelligence). The popular Drift Camp allows new driving enthusiasts to learn from experienced professional drivers such as Matt Walden from Import Intelligence, that drive in D1GP, Formula D,…

KMS Drift Championship Series 2012: Green Cove Springs, FL

KMS Drift slid back to Green Cove Springs Florida on March 25, 2012 thanks to title sponsor SCION. Rustic raw metal and broken windows were the perfect back drop to this grassroots event.  Special thanks to all our volunteers who put in hundreds of hours to make this venue “driftable”.  Over 40 competitive thrill seekers showed up to make smoke and fine tune their skills.  Winners of the event: Crowd Favorite-Tim Murphy, Driver Favorite-Logan Garcia, Most Smoke-Neil Stevens, Best Ride along-Aaron Messmer, Hard Luck-Steven Purcell, Most Improved-Sammy Shams, KMS Pick/Kiss Ass-Fred Cocklin, Location-Scott Neener, Best 2 Car Tamdem-Eric Cocklin, and…

Torque Modified 2013: Whitby, ON

Torque Modified was hosted in Whitby, Ontario on August 11, 2013. Photos by: Vision Werks…

Import Face-Off 2011: Epping, NH

Text and Photos by Cliff Wallace - www.importfaceoff.net STREET CAR BEATING RACE CARS: Joe Breton from Tiverton, RI in his street driven Acura Integra, to his own surprise, won the FWD class and $1000 bucks running consistent high 10s against much higher powered drag cars. Joe actually showed up to race in the Forced Induction Sport class (FIS) an entry level category for street cars, but was forced to step up and race in the “big boy” class since he forgot to keep his back seats in the car (all seats rqd for FIS). This just goes to show that…