With an unlikely engine choice for dirt racing, Ethan Mitchell’s 980-pound 4Piston K24-powered USAC Midget revs up to 9,800rpm against the competition.
All that glitters is not gold and sometimes there’s more to a lap record than the shining time at the end. This is what it takes to compete at Road Atlanta.
The Chronicles gathered some of sunny SoCal’s finest modded vehicles for its 11th annual meet at Eibach’s US headquarters, and we were there to capture it.
The Japanese Classic Car Show assembled some of the finest examples of modified Japanese machines into one location in Southern California, and we were there to capture the details.
While the team has remained in competition since its inception, this group of cars took a hiatus. Now they’re back, and as competitive as ever!
The Japanese Classic Car Show opened its rules this year to bring in ’80s and early-’90s-vintage machines, and onlookers were rewarded with a massive show full of the types of cars you don’t see anywhere else.
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.
When an industry-leading performance automotive wholesale distribution facility and a well-known online blog teamed up for an open house and car meet event, the result was an assembly of some of the surrounding area’s finest vehicles and an enjoyable afternoon.
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.