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Voting for the 2014 Scion Tuner Challenge has just gone live, and our Cosworth-supercharged, ’70s IMSA-inspired Scion FR-S track day warrior needs your help.
What is a performance car? It’s a tough question to ask, as it will always yield different answers from different people.
Carozzeria Pininfarina’s display of cars in their Cambiano headquarters near Turin is less a museum and more a three dimensional gallery of family portraits.
People are talking about the Porsche bubble at the moment – I’m hearing it a lot. Prices have been rapidly climbing over the last few years, but I do wonder just how much of it is hype?
As you’ve seen through a variety of event coverage, shop visits and car features over the last few years, the Japanese are quite adept when it comes to American-style hot rods and customs.
I want to get started on my Spotlights from the STF x All That Low ‘Drift Experience’ event with a car that instantly struck me as interesting.
You’ve been teased with concept sketches, progress images and video snippets, but now – after an intensive 90-day build – we can finally reveal Speedhunters’ 2014 Scion Tuner Challenge entry.
Since it’s not every day that Nissan allows you into their DNA Garage, I really wanted to share as much as I could with you.
We can always count on the fellows from Keep Drifting Fun to deliver the most enjoyable and unique drift films out there, and their latest release does not disappoint.
What a difference a week makes – or maybe not?
There is no denying the fact that Japan’s professional drift movement has lost direction over the last few years, so it always makes me happy to see that the grassroots essence of the sport keeps growing and evolving.
Wanting to get a taste of the local grassroots scene in London recently, we made the short trip from the central city out to Brands Hatch Motorsport Park for the final Kleers Summer Wednesday meet of the season.
In a non-descript warehouse inside one of Nissan’s many factories in Kanagawa Prefecture is one of the most mouthwatering car collections on the planet.
It’s time to go back to basics, with our latest big drop of T-shirts and stickers. Speedhunters is the message – and the message is a way of life.
A couple years ago, we ran a series of guest blogs from the folks at Titan Motorsports chronicling the build of a tube chassis Toyota Supra drag car bound for EKanooRacing in the Middle East.
I couldn’t help but chuckle at the responses we got on Speedhunters’ Instagram channel after I posted a few pictures of the Weld Techniques Factory Scion FR-S earlier this week.
Surround yourself with the stuff you like. It’s a worthwhile mantra for anyone, but nowhere does it seem to ring stronger than in Japan.
Growing up in India, I never really had a chance to follow motorsport at any level. Despite this I idolised World Rally Championship legends.
We’ve driven so many versions of Porsche’s latest generation 911 – the 991 – that I’ll spare you another introduction.
The dust may have settled at Sydney Motorsport Park after last weekend’s Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge, but given the closeness of competition throughout the ranks, you can bet that teams will already be strategising for their return in 2015.