In an age where visual noise saturates every facet of our lives, the SEMA Show not only embellishes the excess, but also single-handedly shapes the upcoming year of modification trends under its roofs. Through all of the noise, I’ve found I can always narrow down a select group of standouts.
Akrapovič booth cars banded together in the buildup to the legendary Rennsport Reunion VI event held at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, for an unforgettable cruise up the California coastline.
After a forgettable Pikes Peak International Hill Climb back in 2016, Evasive Motorsports reinvigorated this Toyota 86 with new upgrades, a new driver, and a new purpose—to claim time attack glory at Gridlife South.
In the fourteen years since the all-Honda Eibach Meet’s inception, the once-simple car gathering has not only outgrown its residence at the Eibach facility, but also the state of California.
Concealed inside Nissan’s Zama factory campus in Japan—which could be considered its own town—is a treasure trove for any Nissan, Japanese, or automotive enthusiast. Its name? The Nissan Heritage Collection.
Evasive Motorsports is one of Southern California’s foremost authorities on track-ready vehicle modification. One area where the company seems to have a massive edge over the competition is within the Honda S2000 community.
Drinking hot Dunkin’ Donuts coffee, snacking on some Yum-Yum donuts, and taking in the scenes of an eclectic group of vehicles is such a perfect way to start a Saturday. Here is the gallery from our July 28th Cars & Coffee.
We were fortunate enough to catch up with Eric Nareshni earlier this year and were given a tour of the Supreme Power facility, which was filled with some eye-catching vehicles, and one particularly furry employee.
We got our hands on a European-delivery individually-colored Ferrarirot F80-chassis BMW M3, and dropped by Thompson Performance Group to install this performance-driven damper setup with integrated adjustability.