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Tokyo Auto Salon 2011

  The unofficial kick-off to the season always starts with Tokyo Auto Salon where we report on what the considered hot in the JDM market. Three massive halls at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center are jammed with row upon row of insane builds from the intense to the absolutely ridiculous! But beyond the cars themselves are a wealth of activities, new parts to shop for and of course hundreds of JDM hotties wearing next to nothing.     For 2011, what we expected is coming true and truth be told we’re not thrilled about some of the trends. Dozens of…

Freezefest 2017: Lebanon, TN

The 17th Annual Freezefest Is The Biggest In History! MECA competitors from 8 states enjoyed a huge event at the Lebanon Fairgrounds on Sunday, February 12, 2017. 111 vehicles competed in SQL, SPL and Show & Shine contests. Jeremy Kough (dB Revolution/Sundown/XS Power) from KY scored 170+ dB high of the day in Radical X. Tim Smith (Audio X/Brax/XS Power) from TN earned SQ Best of Show with score of 82.8 in Modified Class. Robert Corwin (Audio Specialists/OH Generator) from OH won The Zenner SQL Best of Show. Anthony Caldwell (Team XFL/True Bass/XS Power) from TN had the Park &…

CSCS Round 3 2011: Cayuga, ON

Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) fought off the weather and stormed into Toronto Motorsports Park, Cayuga, ON for Xtreme Tuner Challenge presented by Hyundai Performance Parts. This is the third event on the 2011 CSCS calendar and it brought out thousands of automotive enthusiasts and competitors battling for an edge for the season’s championship. The Show & Shine competition brought out some of Canada’s best show cars with John Wakely’s widebody STi taking home best of show, Mario Brasoutrageous widebody Scion xB coming in 2 nd and Richard Polsini’s supercharged G35 rounding out the top three. Other showstoppers included Andrew…

Import Face-Off 2011: Jacksonville, FL

Cesar Olin from Jacksonville, FL scored a miraculous win in the FWD class running a 9.751 @ 149.68 mph in his Purple Honda Civic over former points leader Michael Yonke from Dunedin, FL in his ‘94 Honda Civic who only ran 13.845 @ 74.37 mph due to mechanical problems. It was a miracle win for Cesar, not because of his quarter-mile times which are very competitive, but because he barely even made it to the track in the first place. An important reminder for anyone hauling a race car: USE TOW STRAPS, don’t rely on just the winch cable. Cesar’s…