The Chronicles X Stickydiljoe Year 10 Meet brought together some of the classiest and cleanest vehicles around to Eibach’s HQ in California.
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.
Somewhere between Formula Drift events, and the grassroots events we all love, is a fairly-new concept – motorsports festivals. Created as a bridge between various sections of the automotive community, these festivals include drifting, time attack, car shows, and of course the party that goes along with them.
The fine folks at Greddy Performance Parts and Evasive Motorsports recently offered SoCal 10th-gen Civic enthusiasts the opportunity to gather and talk about the newest speed parts.
Formula Drift’s season-ending event was full of drama and dynamic displays of driving prowess, with three final-round battles required to determine the 2018 Champion. In the end, James Deane took home his second straight title thanks to help from a past champion.
The scenic backdrop of the Citadel Deist in Belgium set the scene for Rollhard’s gathering of the continent’s most alluring vehicles.
The NMRA’s twentieth season is now complete. The racing is done, the champions are crowned, and most importantly, all-Ford drag racing is alive and well—which I believe is a direct result of the NMRA’s effects on Ford performance and the aftermarket as a whole.