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Lone Star Throwdown 2014: Conroe, TX

USACI: Lone Star Throwdown | Lone Star Convention Center. Conroe, TX | February 22, 2014…

86FEST 2013: Fontana, CA

Written by Tom Stahler (Intro by Jordan Lenssen) The brainchild of Antonio Alvendia and Kevin Tidewell, the roots of 86FEST date back to the 1990s and the AE86. Back then, while most people in the car scene were attending car shows and import drag racing, Alvendia and his friends were competing in SCCA autocross. He owned a front-wheel drive Toyota, but soon noticed the fastest guys had rear-wheel drives, so he hunted down his first AE86 – a 1985 Corolla GT-S hatch with a factory LSD, and let's just say the rest is history. When the 86 platform was announced,…

Import Face-Off 2010: Noble, OK

Text and Photos by Import Face-Off The seventh annual Nos Energy Drink’s IMPORT FACE-OFF at Thunder Valley Raceway in Noble, Oklahoma was usually in mid April but had to be canceled due to continuous rain. It was re-booked with Thunder Valley Raceway for June 13 after locals DEMANDED a reschedule date. All FWD competition racers were looking to take out series points leader, Aaron Lopez from San Antonio, TX in his 98' Honda Civic. Aaron had a $300 bounty put on his head for his controversial win over Tony Palo at the Dallas IFO back in April (late stage). Tony…

R1 Concepts Open House presented by 742 Marketing

Between slotted, drilled, personalized, or all three, R1 has it all. They also supply brake pads and big break kits. When it comes to Performance brake Parts, many have chosen R1 Concepts. To show their appreciation to the industry that keeps them alive, they held an Open House Car Meet which was hosted by 742 Marketing. The lot where they are located in La Habra, CA is small, but with the street being a Cul De Sac the cars lined up along the street and filled each driveway. The saying, “Quality over Quantity” definitely applied at this event. All makes…