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Import Face-Off 2012: Noble, OK

Photos by Cliff Wallace FWD presented by SPEC clutches and flywheelsWinner – Aaron Lopez – Honda Civic – San Antonio, TX – 9.466 @ 164.08 mphR/U – AHobbs – Honda Civic – Austin, TX – 13.877 @ 69.54 mph FORCED INDUCTION PRO presented by Motovity DistributionWinner – Max Ramos – Honda Civic - San Antonio, TX – 9.386 @ 155.68 mphR/U – Larry Cooper – Lexus – Harrah, OK - red light ALL MOTOR PRO presented by Competition ClutchWinner – Jason Lumpkin – Honda CRX – Fort Worth, TX – 10.901 @ 125.5 mphR/U - #6 – 11.636 @ 119.07…

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…

2012 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational Captivates Sold Out Crowd

The fifth annual OPTIMA® Ultimate Street Car Invitational, presented by K&N Filters and Royal Purple, brought in massive crowds with a sold out event, more thrilling moments and record times, ultimately crowning Mark Stielow and his custom 1967 Chevrolet Camaro as the 2012 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car. It was a year for close competition with the top two participants separated by a single point and a tie for third place overall. Additionally, there was a more diverse showing of vehicles this year with nearly 20 percent of the field falling under the import category. The OPTIMA Invitational packed the grandstands…

Honda Yuasa Racing BTCC Battle Moves to Donington Park

The fight for the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship heads to Donington Park this weekend and Honda Yuasa Racing Team drivers Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden are aiming to be in the thick of the action. Reigning BTCC champion Neal gave the new NGTC Honda Civic a win on its debut at Brands Hatch earlier this month and currently lies second in the drivers’ standings. That means he will have to carry 36kg of success ballast in the first Donington race, but the three-time title winner believes he will still be in the fight. “We’re expecting more of…