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Importfest 2011: Montreal, QC

With a successful Toronto show wrapping up, Import Fest made its way to Montreal for the inaugural event in la belle province. As expected the very best of tuner cars from our French speaking province came out in full force to show their support and love for all things iFest. Held at Place Bonaventure on a chilly October day, Canada’s Biggest and Baddest Car Show made its Quebec debut to thousands of adoring fans. As the first of many to come, iFest Montreal brought out nearly 5,000 show goers and an incredible display of over 200 highly modified vehicles. There…

SPOCOM 2013: Anaheim, CA

The show of all shows, SPOCOM, took over the Anaheim Convention Center for the seventh annual event. In orderly fashion, the vendors set up and the show cars rolled in as a line of enthusiasts formed outside the ticket office anxiously waiting to see the modified beauties parked inside. When entering the show, instantly, it felt like the atmosphere of SEMA. The set up was organized and the quality of cars began at the front entrance before spilling inside. To the right, the Toyo Tires big rig, with the sponsored Smart Car, rocked a set of neon green wheels lifted…

CSCS Round 3 2010: Cayuga, ON

Once again the CSCS Series was back on home turf, Toronto Motorsports Park to settle some scores. The action was heated on the strip, road course, drift circuit and between the aisles of show cars. From drag to Time Attack and Drifting, CSCS truly has it all and puts it all together in a show that is difficult to copy. Drifting 1st – Cody Lougheed 2nd - Lucas Johnson 3rd - Chris St. John Time Attack Unlimited RWD 1ST – Sasha Anis 2nd – James Kutschke Unlimited FWD 1ST – Kenneth Lau Unlimited AWD 1ST – Richard Boake 2nd –…

Import Face-Off 2010: Las Vegas, NV

This event had the largest turnout for the FWD class in Import Face Off (IFO) history, proving import drag racing is alive and well on the West coast. The FWD class, usually a top 8 qualifier only, had so many contestants (30+) that IFO officials had to double it into a top 16 field and add a secondary class for qualifiers 17 to 24! Unfortunately, the racing portion of the event rained out after the first round of eliminations. Payouts were split up evenly with all the racers left in the competition. Courtney Green in his Honda Civic from Utah…