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01.08.2014 - 03.08.2014
Wampum, PA
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Pittsburgh International Race Complex
201 Penndale Rd
Wampum, PA
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Car Fever Shootout 2013: Napierville, QC

Photos by Jeremy Alan GloverIt was the 5th edition of the Car Fever Shoot-Out Championship. It was the last big event of the season and took place at Napierville Dragway. It was a great event that combined a drag racing event, show n shyne and amateur drift competition. The sun might of been out but it was a really cold a windy day that not only brought a lot of cars out but also the winter hats! On the show side there was a bunch of really great looking cars from purpose build show cars to cambered out stance cars.…

Wekfest 2014: Edison, NJ

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by Kevin Choi The WEKFEST USA tour has been regarded by many as one of the best automotive events across the United States. Founded in 2009 at their first event in Japantown, San Francisco, WEKFEST is now a cross country tour with additional stops in Texas, Hawaii, New York, and Los Angeles. WEKFEST returned to the east coast for the 3rd consecutive year with "Eastcoast Elites" at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center on Sunday, August 17, 2014. The event featured over 400 import, domestic, euro and aftermarket vehicles from NJ, NY, MA,…

DMCC Round 6 2012: St-Eustache, QC

The sixth stop for the DMCC series took place at the Autodrome St Eustache, just north of Montreal, over Labour Day weekend. Two-time DMCC champion, Matt Waldin came out to the event to stir things up, but sadly, on Sunday, his engine let go ending it early. As bad as it was, it would have been nice to see him battling it out in the top 16. Matt was not the only one to suffer engine failures. Francis Tasse and “Paco” both had their engines blow during practice leaving the field already three drivers down. Aside from the engine failures,…

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,…