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The Panda-Junction Spring 2016: Aberdeen, MD

Hosted by Tuner Evolution and Los Goonies, the annual Panda-Junction meet was back in Aberdeen, Maryland. It took place at Ripken Stadium on May 1st, 2016, and despite poor weather, brought out cars from across the spectrum and thousands of enthusiasts. From import to domestic, coiled to bagged, there was something for everyone! Our contributing photographer, Kevin Choi (KC Image), was on-site for more coverage. Contributor: Kevin Choi (KC Image)…

Motion Auto Show & Expo 2011

The Team at ProMotion Distributing has once again out done themselves by bringing us the 2011 Motion Auto Show at the Long Beach Convention Center. Entering the 5th year, they're seasoned in packing the convention centre with hot cars, hot girls, and tones of attendees. Any spectator walking through the show this year would agree, the vibe had a “tuner-enthusiast lifestyle” feel – something HIN had done in years previous – and somehow, a corporate touch in the realm of something such as SEMA. In all, there were 125 vendors displaying the latest products, 300 SEMA-show-worthy rides fighting for trophies,…

CSCS Round 1 2010: Cayuga, ON

2010 CSCS Season OpenerToronto Motorsports ParkCayuga, ONJune 6, 2010 With the forecast calling for heavy rain at the 2010 CSCS Season Opener presented by JRP, both enthusiasts and Team CSCS feared that elements of the event would be cancelled. However, in true support for Canada’s biggest sport compact racing series, fans camped outside the front gate the night before anticipating the start of another exciting racing season. The “Drifters” hit the wet track early in the morning and for the first time in Ontario’s Pro-Am history, drifting saw a diverse field of cars ranging from: IS300, 350z, G35, and of…

CSCS Round 5 2012: Cayuga, ON

Fifty events. One decade. No matter how you choose to look at it, Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) has been around for a long time. Every year has brought new surprises, new sponsors, new competitors and even more new fans. More importantly, the old competitors, the veterans, the die-hards; they’re still there and pushing harder than ever. CSCS has become one of those rare events where new meets old and they actually benefit from each other. This unspoken understanding at the heart of automotive competition is the shared desire to go faster, louder, lower, or more sideways -wherever your passion…