This year’s Global Time Attack finals and 13th annual Super Lap Battle at California’s Buttonwillow Raceway saw 82 competitors in 13 classes fight some of the harshest battles we’ve ever seen in the two days of their shared quest for the ultimate stateside time attack honors.
Today, at the close of the series’ 2017 season at Irwindale Speedway, two monumental moments in the sport have come to pass: A thoroughly European team and driver have won Season Championship honors in the American series, and the beloved House of Drift has given us our final of so many fond memories along the way.
For a new approach to our recap of the St. Louis stop of the Street Driven Tour, we’ve compiled a top ten list looking into the most impressive and interesting drifting efforts from the Midwest event.
Where time attack meets wheel-to-wheel, a new motorsport is born. Our very own Luke Munnell geared up for his first time covering heated Honda action on Willow Springs’ Horse Thief Mile layout.
Three heavy hitters bring the drift, race and show heat to the East Coast, and fill Virginia International Raceway with action from end to end.
The Queen Mary hosted the hottest sport compact machines in SoCal for the 2017 edition of Wekfest Long Beach. Luke Munnell captured some of the 400+ cars on display with some of the industry’s freshest trends.
American sports car racing is some of the most advanced racing competition to be found anywhere in the world. The IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship took over the Circuit of the Americas recently—and Front Street correspondent Luke Munnell was there!
If you are involved in the late model performance world, then you’ve no doubt heard about – and most likely used – a wideband Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F ratio) sensor controller. We enlisted the wisdom of Lawson Mollica from AEM Electronics to explain why the details of these products are so important.