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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…

DMCC 2014 Round 2: Mirabel, QC

Written by Jeremy Alan Glover | Photos by Jeremy Alan Glover It was an absolutely beautiful day at Circuit Icar for the Round 2 of the 2014 DMCC series! It was a welcomed change from DMCC Round 1 where we had rain all throughout the event. The track layout was brand new to all the drivers; DMCC has not run at Icar in a few years and all drivers were on an equal playing field. Practice started off really well as the drivers got used to the track. Within a few runs, drivers were wall tapping and almost throwing it…

Import Face-Off 2013: Albany, NY

Photos by Cliff Wallace Import Face-Off was hosted in Albany, NY on August 18, 2013. RACE WINNERSFWD by S.P.E.C. Clutches and Flywheels Winner: Joel Torres - 9.881 sec @153.80 mph Runner Up: Car #279 - 13.271 sec @ 104.33 mphFORCED INDUCTION PRO by Motovicity DistributionWinner: Car #268 - 11.360 sec @ 119.00 mphRunner Up: Car #267 - 14.670 sec @ 95.92 mphFORCED INDUCTION SPORT by Deatsch WerksWinner: Car #257 - 11.347 sec @ 122.45 mphRunner Up: Car #270 - 14.114 sec @ 82.45 mphALL MOTOR PROby Competition ClutchWinner: Car #5667 - 11.088 sec @ 121.63 mphRunner Up: Car #287 -…

CES 2016: Las Vegas, NV

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was a different beast altogether this year. Last year’s show saw me lost in literal seas of people, being marooned near some HDTV from Malaysia and having to find my way across to the island of car audio and new car technologies. This year, however, it seems there was some memo sent out by CES organizers that not everyone and their grandmother could attend. Walking in through those familiar Las Vegas Convention Center doors, I paused to enjoy the fact that I could breathe my own air and no one else’s. I could walk. I…