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Toyotafest 2013: Long Beach, California

With T.O.R.C. throwing their 18th annual event and a reputation for great rides, ToyotaFest is always a must see. The setting was perfect for photos as the event took place at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. Being the "Biggest Toyota Family Reunion," we expected to see all types from the classic AE86 to the new and highly popular, Scion FR-S. The Toyota Family came out in full force, from stance to VIP. Text by Eric Lopez. Photography by Jordan Adkins…

Formula Drift Round 4 2016: Wall, NJ

Formula DRIFT Round 4: The Gauntlet Results; Vaughn Gittin Takes the Win and the Pro Championship Lead! Formula DRIFT presented by BlackVue returned to New Jersey for Round 4: The Gauntlet. Vaughn Gittin in the Monster Energy / Nitto Tire Ford Mustang RTR takes the victory and takes the lead in the Pro Championship standings. Round 4: The Gauntlet returned to Wall Speedway for the eleventh time as the season hits the mid-way point. Fans witnessed a highly competitive round of competition. The event had over 400,000 views on the Livestream! “Before heading into this event the top ten drivers…

IASCA Japan Hosts Sound Quality Training Seminar

Daytona Beach, Florida - IASCA Director of Operations Moe Sabourin was in Japan from July 19th to the 26th conducting a Judge's Training Seminar for Sound Quality. The training was held in Mishima City at the Mishima Convention Center, with more than 30 attending to become IASCA Certified Judges. "The Japanese culture for car audio is all about making the installations look great and the cars sounding amazing" said Moe Sabourin "Their dedication to detail and the pursuit of top notch sound quality in their vehicles is astounding; they research every detail and apply it, and it showed in the…

Formula Drift Round 1 2013: Long Beach, CA

Formula Drift kicked off their 10th season of drifting in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 20,000 people in Long Beach, California. With several substantial changes to rules, sponsorships and cars in the off-season, fans and teams alike anxiously awaited to see how things would shake out at the only competitive course in North America. One of the biggest changes was the new qualifying format which determines the top 16 qualifying drivers after the first run and the second 16 drivers after the second run which lead to some of the familiar names near the top of the…