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33559 Famoso Rd
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93250
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McFarland, CA
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100% Tuning 2014: Rotterdam, Netherlands

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by RonV Photography 100% Tuning is a 2-day indoor show in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Over 45,000 visitors attended the event on October 11-12, 2014 to see cars from England, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and Netherlands, and capture the essense of drifting, powered by Falken Tire, outside. Our contributing photographer, Ronald Veth of RonV Photography, was on-site to capture this massive event gallery. More event info can be found at www.ahoytuning.nl.…

TIC Car Show 2014: Skokie, IL

Written by Randi Bentia | Photos by Ray Flores The TIC Car & Motorcycle Show took place at AMC Showplace Village Crossing 18 (Parking Garage LVL 2) in Skokie, IL on Sunday, June 29, 2014. Ducky Trinh and the staff at Team IC hosted their annual car competition and event. At the end of the event, over 25 registered competiors received awards. One of the awards, the Tuner Battlegrounds: LIVE (TBGL) award sponsored by PASMAG, was presented to Chris Garbacz and his Precision Billet 6265 turbo equipped 1997 Lexus SC300. A week prior to the TIC Car Show, Chris was…

Droptec Show 'N Shine 2013: Mississauga, ON

Droptec Show 'N Shine Mississauga, Ontario July 21st, 2013…

Formula Drift Round 4 2012: Wall, NJ

Vaughn Gittin Takes the Victory at Round 4: The Gauntlet at Wall Speedway; Yoshihara and Forsberg Round out the Podium Formula DRIFT returned to Wall Speedway for Round 4: The Gauntlet. Vaughn Gittin, Jr. in the Monster Energy / Falken Tire Ford Mustang takes the victory. Round 4: The Gauntlet at Wall Speedway saw a sold out crowd continuing the successful season. The Driftstream saw over 200,000 total views in a 24-hour period. “The drift fans from all over the North East are die hard and came to watch the action until the very end,” said Jim Liaw, president and…