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Lead Against Hunger 2016: El Paso, TX

Over 100 cars were displayed and more than $3,000.00 was raised at the annual Lead Against Hunger Show hosted by Lead Industries on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank in El Paso, TX! With everyone's generous donations, Lead Industries will be able to provide food/meals to the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger cause. Our contributing photographer, Anthony H. Frederick, was on-site to capture this amazing event. #pasmag Contributor: Anthony Hsaio-Loung Frederick…

World Rally Championships 2014: Trois Rivieres, QC

Written by Jeremy Alan Glover | Photos by Jeremy Alan Glover The Grand Prix Trois Riviers is always a great event to attend! With the diverse forms of racing (NASCAR, Canadian Touring Car Championships, Candian GT Supercar Championships, Porsche GT3, Ultra94 Canada Challenge Cup and the Formula Tour 1600) on the iconic road course it has always been a race weekend not to miss. For the 2014 GP3R, something special was added. For the first time ever, the World Rally Cross Championship held a round in North America. Trois Rivieres Quebec was its destination The track that was designed for…

DMCC Round 3 2010: Mirabel, QC

DMCC Round 3Circuit ICARMontreal, QCJuly 17-18, 2010 With the season at the half-way point it is becoming a real dogfight for the top spot. With Ontario Pat Cyr taking top spot in his privateer Corolla GT-S, the top points are still in the hands of Marc Landreville. Landreville is also one of the more underrated drivers making a statement in his Overdosed Performance S13 in the trademark pink. Pat Cyr was able to clinch yet another win at DMCC: Round 3 held at the beautiful Circuit Icar in Montreal. The technical course is perfectly smooth for long sustained sliding and…

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…