We’ve got all the reasons why VTEC Club’s latest Honda-only time attack season is looking to be its best yet.
William Au-Yeung of PZTuning in Ontario, Canada traveled to Japan and set a blazing lap which topped the tables of Tsukuba’s FF greats. How did he do it?
Spoon Sports’ renowned workshop TYPE ONE hosted its own party instead of assembling into the Makuhari Messe for a Tokyo Auto Salon booth, and we were on site to see everything before the party started.
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.
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.
Not even record-high scorching temperatures could keep enthusiasts form attending the Chronicles Year 9 event held at Eibach Springs’ headquarters in Corona, California. Its creator, Joey Lee offered his appreciation to all his loyal website followers by holding this semi-private event to celebrate the ninth annual anniversary of The Chronicles.
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.
When you’re naturally talented like Kyle Frederick is, most activities come easily to you. So what happens when he builds his own 1997 Honda Civic for high-performance driving? The Silver Fox happens.