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Formula Drift Round 4 2011: Wall, NJ

The 2011 Formula Drift season reached its halfway point with round four in New Jersey. Leading up to the race the story had been all about Team Falken Tire. Justin Pawlak won the first and third rounds in Long Beach and Florida, while Daijiro Yoshihara was victorious at round two in Atlanta. The team was looking to make it four out of four at Wall Stadium, but many challengers wanted to make sure that their streak ended there. As the field of 35 drivers went out to qualify for the main event, two of the usual suspects were noticeably absent.…

Formula Drift Round 1 2014: Long Beach, CA

Chris Forsberg Takes the Opening Round Victory of 2014 Pro Championship Long Beach, Calif. – April 6, 2014 – Formula DRIFT presented by GoPro kicked-off the first event of the 2014 season with Round 1: Streets of Long Beach to a sold out crowd. Chris Forsberg in the Hankook Tire Nissan 370 Z takes the victory and the lead in the chase for the championship. Round 1: Streets of Long Beach started off the eleventh season of Formula DRIFT to a sell out crowd. Over 20,000 fans gathered to experience the drifting action and excitement on the famous Streets of…

Importfest 2011: Toronto, ON

Yes it’s true; Import Fest is back in full glory! As the longest running tuner show in North America, it is no surprise that this year’s event would shatter records both in terms of stats and quality of vehicles showcased. The Toronto Metro Convention Centre once again played host to the first of two city stops (the second being Montreal on October 1st) for what is tagged, as Canada’s Biggest and Baddest Car Show and we couldn’t agree more. A record number of over 15,000 people attended the one-day iFest event with roughly another 35,000 passing through the downtown Toronto…

CES 2012: Las Vegas, NV

It seemed like the entire tech world descended on Las Vegas, Nevada in mid-January for the annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES). More than 150,000 audiophiles, gaming addicts and gadget junkies, along with 3,100-plus exhibitors occupied 1.8 million square feet of real state, including various facilities and hotel suites. The turnout was so big, in fact, that 2012 was billed as the biggest in the show’s 45-year history. CES is the show we’ll hear about for months to come, as every major player in the electronics industry competes for the ultimate in high-tech bragging rights. Each year, CES introduces new products…