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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…

APR Motorsport Returns from Barber 200: Mission Accomplished

The #171 VW DriverGear GTI MK6 Maintains Championship Points Lead While the Perfect Pedal Audi S4 Achieves Best Showing to Date and the #181 GTI MK6 Scores an 8th Place Finish Ian Baas and Ryan Ellis keep their Championship fight alive by finishing in 4th place on the tight and technical Barber Motorsports Park track throughout a tough race that was plagued with cautions.  Kevin and Chris Gleason, Jr. are finding podium pace as each event puts valuable experience under their belts and showed amazing patience while the rest of the field was engaged in race ending maneuvers for some,…

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…

CSCS Round 5 2012: Cayuga, ON

Fifty events. One decade. No matter how you choose to look at it, Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) has been around for a long time. Every year has brought new surprises, new sponsors, new competitors and even more new fans. More importantly, the old competitors, the veterans, the die-hards; they’re still there and pushing harder than ever. CSCS has become one of those rare events where new meets old and they actually benefit from each other. This unspoken understanding at the heart of automotive competition is the shared desire to go faster, louder, lower, or more sideways -wherever your passion…