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SEMA 2016: Global Media Awards (Top 10)

SEMA recognizes that automotive personalization and customization is growing worldwide. Though the appeal of making cars and trucks fit one’s lifestyle has strong roots in the United States, this enthusiast attitude is universal—and growing. SEMA introduced the Global Media Award program in 2004 to highlight the wide appeal to enthusiasts on every continent of specialty-equipment products that are on display at the SEMA Show. ---------- Repping Canada for round two of the Global Media Awards I don’t know who you are, but just know I’m thankful for you, whoever you are in the SEMA organization that keeps letting me do…

Formula Drift Announces 10 Year Anniversary Logo Design Contest

Formula DRIFT Announces 10 Year Anniversary Logo Design Contest;Winner to Receive a VIP Trip to the Finals and Awards Banquet Formula DRIFT has announced a logo design contest to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Series. The winner will receive a VIP trip to the Formula DRIFT Finals for Round 7: Title Fight at Irwindale Speedway on October 12-13 and a ticket to the awards banquet to be held on October 14. “We are very proud to enter our tenth season of professional competition. Formula DRIFT has always supported creativity and now we can showcase the talent that our fans…

Import Face-Off 2013: Tulsa, OK

Photos by Cliff Wallace for Import Face-Off…

Importfest 2015: Toronto, ON

Going strong for 15 years probably means you know what works. Becoming the most recognized event in the Canadian automotive aftermarket industry definitely means you do. Merging modified cars, live entertainment, vendors and lifestyle, Importfest proves that it’s that winning formula that keeps ‘em coming back. Since 2001, Importfest has been the place to be if you’re looking for your fill of the tuning lifestyle. For the 2015 iteration, halls A, B and C of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre were opened up to a jaw-dropping 180,000 square-feet, which, if can even begin to imagine, was filled with super high…