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.
Global Time Attack drivers pitched their cars onto two wheels around Road Atlanta in the quest for faster lap times. The home of the famous Petit Le Mans race served as a challenging stop for the nation’s premier lap dancing cars.
The Eibach Honda Meet held at Auto Club Speedway brought together over 1,000 of the West Coast’s Honda and Acura tuner machines. The rapidly-growing event showcased beautiful examples of the breed.
Our society births two types of people, those who dream and those who do. The dreamers spend an eternity wishing for a change, for a door to open, or for a life improving opportunity to be presented. Then there are the doers, the people who take nothing for granted and pour their soul into their passion to create their own change, kick down the doors of resistance, and create their own opportunities. Doers like Wray Gillette and his 1995 Honda del Sol have helped to make the automotive culture what it is today.
This year’s Japanese Classic Car Show delivered a show for the ages, as the staff pulled out all the stops to make it one of the most memorable events to date. Top automakers including Nissan, Toyota, Mazda, and Honda were on hand to display numerous vehicles – significant historic examples as well as soon to be released models – to dazzle the thousands in attendance, and have coverage right here!