Celebrating its second year, the Jimmy Up Matsuri offered a fun-for-all, judgement-free drift haven at Willow Springs 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.
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.
Rather than walk you through everything you need to know about the event and all of its inhabitants, we just wanted to leave a quick gallery to look through. Enjoy the 2018 Mooneyes Street Car Nationals in Japan, and then get back to work!
Celebrating its milestone 100th event, Formula Drift slid into the weathered Wall Stadium Speedway for the fourth round of its 2018 Pro Championship. On a weekend rich with celebration for such an incredible achievement, the New Jersey stop experienced some unlikely twists that kept us scratching our heads all night.
In years past, time attack entrants used reliable cars that were able to spend days circling a track in the quest of the driver’s cleanest and fastest lap. However, those days have passed, and now one lap on the edge is all it takes to eclipse the all-important event victory or circuit record.
Near the top of the bucket list for any Japanese automotive enthusiast involves taking a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. Intertwined into this dream trip is a stop at the behemoth gallery of Japanese tuning known as Tokyo Auto Salon.
It’s a lot like walking the grounds at your local yard sale, except the contents of this high-quality tag sale help your car’s performance without sacrificing your wallet. We tracked down the deals of the century at Evasive Motorsports’ recent garage sale.