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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…

KMS Drift: GCS Florida

The heat was on as KMS Drift slid back in to Florida with a packed house. Kicking off the event Friday night, the drivers were promised maximum seat time, and that is exactly what they got as they slid until it was too dark to see. As the sun came up Saturday, drivers rolled in to shred some tires and compete between the two tracks. The competition track was set in an “M” style layout with two nice sweepers and elevation change that made for some fun sliding. The second track was a wide open lot for drivers to hone…

CSCS 2014: Round 4

After three exciting events, CSCS Round 4 saw the return of the series to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park’s Driver Development Track (DDT) on August 10, 2015 where thousands of automotive fans arrived eager to witness another record-breaking event. Text by CSCS. Photos by www.skootermedia.com Competitors were anticipating this event since the Season Opener, and with DDT being the last event before the finale the stakes for winning here are crucial for points leads in Time Attack, Drift and the Sonax Tuner Cup Show & Shine Championships. Event sponsors Royal Purple and Johnston Research & Performance (JRP) showed their support to…

Import Face-Off 2011: Jacksonville, FL

Cesar Olin from Jacksonville, FL scored a miraculous win in the FWD class running a 9.751 @ 149.68 mph in his Purple Honda Civic over former points leader Michael Yonke from Dunedin, FL in his ‘94 Honda Civic who only ran 13.845 @ 74.37 mph due to mechanical problems. It was a miracle win for Cesar, not because of his quarter-mile times which are very competitive, but because he barely even made it to the track in the first place. An important reminder for anyone hauling a race car: USE TOW STRAPS, don’t rely on just the winch cable. Cesar’s…