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Formula Drift Round 1 2012: Long Beach, CA

Formula D kicked off their 9th season of drifting on the Streets of Long Beach, the first and still the lone drifting competition to take place on actual city streets. Several drivers were debuting new cars, sponsorships, and liveries, but once the track went hot, all that mattered was how well you drove your car. Crowds at the first event were the largest in history, selling-out before the event was even open on race day. As qualifying got underway, Ryan Tuerck was able to maneuver the Retaks S13 to a high score of 97, with Rhys Millen earning a 96…

Titan Motorsports Open House 2015: Orlando, FL

The 6th Annual Titan Motorsports Open House took place the their HQ in Orlando, FL. With over 1,100 RSVPs, they raised over $16,000 to be donated to various charities. For more info visit www.titanmotorsports.com. Photos by Lafayette Britto Photography For more info visit www.titanmotorsports.com. Contributor: Lafayette Britto Photography…

Offset Kings 2014: Palatine, IL

Photos by Kevin Choi / KC Image Following a successful year under the name Slammed Society, Fatlace announced their Offset Kings 2014 event tour. In association with JDM Chicago, Fatlace launched their first Chicago (and surrounding area) Offset Kings event on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at the Arlington Toyota/Scion dealership in Palatine, IL. Our contributing photographer, Kevin Choi / KC Image (aka Kay Cey), drove 10 hours from Germantown, MD to snap coverage for us! Kay Cey, our weekend road-warrior, has been with us as a event coverage and features photographer for almost a decade. Let's see what he has…

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,…