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04.06.2017 Import Face-Off: Tulsa Tulsa Raceway Park Tulsa, OK Audio, Drag Racing, Drift, Show & Shine

Global Time Attack 2016: Road Atlanta

Jeff Westphal in the GST Motorsports Subaru L reset the overall time attack track record with a 1:20.793 at Global Time Attack: Road Atlanta on May 6-7, 2016! They owned the record since 2012 Global Time Attack: Road Atlanta which was a 1:23.62. Basically, the Top 2 in Unlimited AWD all went faster than the previous record for overall. There were 9 new class records set at Global Time Attack Road Atlanta 2016: Unlimited AWD | 01:20.793 | Jeff Westphal | Subaru Impreza L | New Record! | Fastest Overall! Unlimited RWD | 01:24.340 | Cody Kishel | Chevrolet Corvette…

Nissan Fest 2014: Monroe, WA

In conjunction with Northwest Nissans (NWN), NWMOTIV teamed-up to organize Nissan Fest, a large gathering of Nissans from the surrounding areas, on April 19, 2014 at the Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, WA. For more info, visit www.nwmotiv.com.…

Formula Drift Round 1 2013: Long Beach, CA

Formula Drift kicked off their 10th season of drifting in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 20,000 people in Long Beach, California. With several substantial changes to rules, sponsorships and cars in the off-season, fans and teams alike anxiously awaited to see how things would shake out at the only competitive course in North America. One of the biggest changes was the new qualifying format which determines the top 16 qualifying drivers after the first run and the second 16 drivers after the second run which lead to some of the familiar names near the top of the…

Import Face-Off 2011: Tulsa, OK

Photos by Cliff Wallace - www.importfaceoff.net 5th annual Tulsa, Oklahoma IMPORT FACE-OFF: September 18th, 2011 DIE HARD RACERS: Even with an 80% chance of rain, 2010 National points Champion, Aaron Lopez, from San Antonio, Texas made the 10 hour trek to this event hoping just to get in a few points before the rain arrived. Luckily the rain never came and Aaron ended up taking the $1000 win running a 9.6 second pass in the SPEC clutches and flywheels FWD class. He is now just 10 points behind the current points leader, Max Ramos, who did not travel to this…