2013 DMCC Champ - Francis Tasse

The 2013 DMCC season was one of the craziest seasons to date and with 8 rounds it was also the longest season DMCC has ever had. The championship came down to the very last round at Sanair where Francis Tasse took home his first championship as a DMC [ … ]

Eric Belec Interview

Drifting has come a long way since it first became popular in Canada. The DMCC series has been getting bigger every year despite the economy, lack of sponsors, etc. But former DMCC President Eric Belec has been at the forefront of helping the series [ … ]

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The automotive industry is a complex business. Consumer demands and expectations are always shifting, and what’s interesting today becomes dull and boring tomorrow. The few models that do become timeless are usually one-hit wonders for the automake [ … ]

Subwoofers for Dummies

Picking the perfect subwoofer for your system is as hard as picking the perfect car. It’s a delicate balance of wants, needs and performance, and one that is best executed with the help of an experienced salesperson or installer. Let’s take a look at [ … ]

DMCC: 2013 Preview

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10 Changes for Formula D's 10th Season

As Formula D enters its 10th season of competition, there have been a number of off-season changes. From new championships to changes in sponsorship, keeping up with the shuffling has been hectic to say the least. PASMAG is proud to be a major media [ … ]

V to the I to the P

I have been asked several times over the years, “What makes a car a VIP CAR?”  That’s when I reply, “It all depends on what part of the world we are standing in.”

It’s very simple and something we tend not to make overly complicated, pronouncin [ … ]

Formula Drift Preview: Behind the Builds

Each year, Formula D drivers make the difficult decision whether to simply rebuild and upgrade their current for the upcoming season, or start from scratch with a new build. There will be no less than 10 brand-new builds debuting at Formula D’s kicko [ … ]

12 Volt Insider: I'm Afraid to Change my Radio

Is your dash round or oval? Is it integrated with the controls such as your air conditioner? Does your OEM system lack additional features? Is is hard to use? Does is sound like crap? Do you lease your vehicle? Are you afraid to change the OEM radio? [ … ]

USDM Special: Roadshows, Hot Wheels and Import Roots

Hi. My name is Neil Tjin from Vortech Superchargers and the Tjin Edition RoadShow. For those PASMAG readers that do not know me, I have been involved in the automotive aftermarket industry for over 15 years. What started off as a hobby back in high s [ … ]

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