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CC2k17: Corpus Christi, TX

One of the largest automotive weekends just concluded in South Texas as the Cricket Wireless CC2K17 show presented by Authentic NY Pizza brought together enthusiasts from both the race world and the car show world in Texas. The event, benefiting the Food Bank of Corpus Christi as well as Junior Achievement through Cricket Wireless, was a huge success with hundreds of high horsepower cars and show cars making their way to Corpus Christi. The weekend started off early Saturday with a Dyno Day at well known performance shop, Unlimited Performance. With a gorgeous Meister Racer Watch being awarded to the…

MECA Finals 2011 - Nashville, Tennessee

108 vehicles gathered at the Tenessee State Fairgrounds for the "big show" of the MECA 2011 season. Sound Quality League, Sound Pressure League, Show & Shine, Ride The Light, and MECA Kids vehicles showed their stuff and 38 championship classes were recognized by the club. Winners earned 6' trophies and World Championship credentials in the sound-off contests.Sound Quality League Best of Show was Mark Eldridge (Team MSE/JL Audio) from Bixby, Oklahoma, repeating last years feat. He earned Sound Quality Best of Show, Install Best of Show, won the RTA Freq Out, and the 2-seat SQ2+ contests. Sound Pressure League Best…

DMCC Round 3 2011: Victoriaville, QC

DMCC Round 3 was held this past weekend in Victoriaville, Quebec. It was a very different venue then where a DMCC event usually takes place.. Instead of being at a race track like normal the 3rd round was held in a snow dump that was converted by the DMCC team and with the help of the town of Victoriaville into one of the best DMCC events ever. The track that was set up was very technical and even had a jump half way through it..made it really exciting to watch. An other new aspect for Rd3 was the way the…

Formula Drift Round 2 2012: Braselton, GA

Formula D returned to the birthplace of the series for the second stop in their ninth season with a bit of a twist for the drivers. The paved horseshoe of the turn 10 complex at Road Atlanta was originally built specifically to accommodate the series, and the FD Judges designed to change the course slightly to facilitate a more technical configuration which encouraged closer tandem. Drivers would still initiate at the end of the back straight at nearly 100 miles an hour, but instead of taking a short trip up the turn 10a hill and transitioning to travel up the…