Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary as the United States’ premier drifting series this year, Formula Drift has been hosting a round of its chaos on the Keyhole turn of the famed Road Atlanta racetrack each year since the series’ inception. This recent round of the 2018 season had us speechless when we left, so we compiled a list of the six reasons that made this round what it was.
As a human being, at my core there are only a few things more important to me than automobile racing. So you can guess, I was excited when I was offered the opportunity to attend the IMSA race with Akrapovič at the Long Beach Grand Prix in BMW Motorsport’s pit lane hospitality suite.
After calling for rain all weekend, the weather forecast looked grim for the tenth year of NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals drag racing action in Commerce, GA. Hosted by the accommodating Atlanta Dragway, the track crew, race teams, and fans collectively wished the bad weather away, and welcomed an entire weekend of racing.
For 2018, the Formula Drift championship’s first stop slides across the ocean-adjacent streets of Long Beach, California. Hosted on the iconic Long Beach Grand Prix course, I think this venue as the season opener is the perfect way to bring in the new year of drifting competition. Here’s why…
For 118 years, New York City has hosted an annual assembly of automotive manufacturers at the New York International Auto Show. We are here to give you our top eight highlights from this huge spectacle.
Techno-Classica Essen celebrates the passion to blend modern restoration breakthroughs with dated and weathered European chassis of past decades. With so much to see, we wanted to give you our highlights.
Enkei is a name that needs no introduction. Since its inception in 1950, it has been at the forefront of aluminum alloy wheel production innovation and technology. We were offered the opportunity to tour their production plant for a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of their wheels.
Ford Mustang culture seems to revolve around racing. On the contrary, the segment of automotive culture using air suspension seems to inhabit car shows more frequently than racetracks—that is, unless the air suspension was created with performance in mind.
Near the top of the bucket list for any Japanese automotive enthusiast involves taking a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. Intertwined into this dream trip is a stop at the behemoth gallery of Japanese tuning known as Tokyo Auto Salon.
European automotive staple, the Essen Motor Show could be likened to a mixture of the SEMA and PRI shows in the United States. This enormous exhibition celebrated its 50th anniversary recently, and sought shelter from the cold winter at the Messe Essen in Essen, Germany.