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IASCA Japan Hosts Sound Quality Training Seminar

Daytona Beach, Florida - IASCA Director of Operations Moe Sabourin was in Japan from July 19th to the 26th conducting a Judge's Training Seminar for Sound Quality. The training was held in Mishima City at the Mishima Convention Center, with more than 30 attending to become IASCA Certified Judges. "The Japanese culture for car audio is all about making the installations look great and the cars sounding amazing" said Moe Sabourin "Their dedication to detail and the pursuit of top notch sound quality in their vehicles is astounding; they research every detail and apply it, and it showed in the…

DMCC 2014 Round 3: Montmagny, QC

Written by Jeremy Alan Glover | Photos By Jeremy Alan Glover Francis Tasse takes home his first win of the 2014 DMCC season at Autodrome Montmagny in Montmagny, Quebec on Sunday, July 12, 2014! DMCC rolled into Autodrome Montmagny over the weekend for the 3rd round of the 2014 season. Mother nature was on our side again as it was another great day for the event. The Montmagny track always brings in a record amount of spectators and this event didn't disappoint. The biggest crowd we have seen all season packed the grandstands for this Top 16 Pro and Top…

USDrift 2014 Round 2: Wall, NJ

USDrift Round 2 New Jersey Results; Salvatore DiPompo Takes Event Victory Text by Brian Eggert. Photos by Flim Flam Media USDrift visited Wall Stadium Speedway for the first time for Round 2 of the 2014 USDrift PRO/AM Series this past Saturday. New Jersey’s own Salvatore DiPompo took the inaugural event victory. Wall Stadium Speedway is no stranger to drifting. The speedway has hosted Formula DRIFT, the North American professional series, since their first season in 2004. This event marked the first time one of the PRO/AM series had held a competition event at the venue. Sixteen competitors made the trip…