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A Bull At The Gate: Mad Mike’s 26B-TT MX-5 Has Arrived

There are numerous reasons why people are drawn to drifting. The action element is undeniable of course, and the competition itself provides no shortage of excitement – especially when two evenly-matched drivers go head-to-head in a final battle.

Tuning Car World Showdown

There was a feeling of change this past weekend in Nagoya. As the saying goes, not all good things last forever, but at least you can look back at the good old days and be happy that they happened, and that you were there to experience them.

Boosted Bandit: A ’70s Icon Reinvented

When it comes to American cars built in the 1970s, there’s really none more iconic than the Pontiac Trans Am.

The Flame-Spitting Rarities Of Techno-Classica

In my first story from Techno-Classica in Essen I showed you guys what BMW and Porsche had to offer.

Everything’s Bigger At The Lonestar Round Up

People have been telling me for years that I have to go to the Lonestar Round Up in Austin, Texas. Actually, they’ve been telling me that my car should be there, but either way it’s been on my radar for quite some time.

Walls Come Down: 20 New Art Prints Out Now

It’s been a while since our last efforts to take over the walls of your office, bedroom, workshop or living room, and we’re pretty sure you’ve still got wallpaper showing.

Formula Drift: We’ve Come A Long Way

I get quite a few of you guys asking me how I got my start into photography. Although the easy answer to that question is that I kind of just fell into it, the real answer is Formula Drift.

Welcome To Dixie

I’ve been searching far and wide in an attempt to find anything and everything out of the ordinary that could possibly involve four wheels, an engine and an individual insane enough to pilot it, all in effort to bring you the so-called, ‘diversity and change’ I recently ranted about in my hellacious excuse of a ‘return to Speedhunters’ editorial.

In High Spirits At Espritu De Montjuïc

It had been a long two years since I last visited the Circuit De Catalunya, the Grand Prix track just up the road from the coastal town of Barcelona.

K.I.S.S: Keep It Simply… Slammed

Within the expansive and diverse spectrum of motorsports available to the worldwide enthusiast community in this day and age, crafting a vehicle with the ability to truly stand out among the crowd is no mean feat.

Techno-Classica At Essen: The Ultimate Automotive Mecca

Arguably the world’s largest vehicle fair, the Techno-Classica in Essen, Germany, is an automotive mecca for enthusiasts who shun the modern world of traction control, ECUs and airbags.

Strawberry Fields: A Well-Dressed S-Chassis Slider

Cruising around on foot at Cavallino Cars & Coffee was a delight – classics to the left of me, modern supercars to the right.

An Escort Cosworth With A Story

They say that every good story should have a beginning, a middle and an end. The last two of these I don’t have any issues with, but I must have re-wrote this introduction 10 times already.

A Flat Nose & Wide Hips

In kicking off a rather big trend in fashion-oriented car tuning with the wide-body conversions that RAUH-Welt Begriff sculpts for his clients, Nakai has certainly done a great job over the years.

Knowledge Boost: Ethanol Explained

Hi Speedhunters, I’m Andre Simon and since this is my first “Knowledge Boost” article I thought I’d introduce myself.

Formula D Gets Some Japanese Flavor

When I first found myself being drawn toward the world of drifting in the early-to-mid 2000s, there was nothing more exciting than the original US events at places like Irwindale Speedway and seeing drivers and drift cars that had come directly from Japan.

Fredrik Sørlie’s Scandinavian Flickfest

As much as I love tearing up racetracks and attending awesome events like Gatebil, there is no denying that the Underground Cressida was never meant to be a race car.

Rebirth Of A Legend: The Audi Drift Sport D-Mac S1

Hello Speedhunters, Darren McNamara here! It’s been quite a while since my last post on this site, but now I’m back with a bang.

Modern Outlaw: The SharkWerks 997 GT2

As often as we imagine car builds being the creation of a single person, the truth is, many of the coolest and most interesting machines are the result of collaborative efforts between two or more parties.

Inside Andy’s Rod Works

Man caves are magical places. Andy’s Rod Works may well be a business, but there’s no hiding the fact that it’s a venture born out of pure passion.


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