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May 18, 2015

Photography By: Cameron Pickett

Words By: Mike Meszaros, Danny Rice

Break the Stereotype: Eduardo Pineda’s 2007 Bagged Subaru STI

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Have you ever sat back and thought about what YOU liked? If you ever take the time to do so, you may be shocked to realize that everyone outside of your mind has influenced you in one way or another. It’s not a bad thing, really, but it can lead to a lot of stereotypes being developed which can be a bad thing. Consider the word “stance”: now that I’ve said it, stop reading this article and think about how you define term “stance”. Are you done yet? I bet you had the same mental picture as I did: huge wheels, massive camber, and beat fenders. That is the common stereotype we all get from a “stance car” and even as I conducted the interview with Eduardo, the owner of the vehicle before you, my face cringed as he mentioned the very word “stance”. As we continued to talk, however, I really opened my mind and thought about all the right ways a stereotype can and be broken and Eduardo Pineda’s Subaru takes any negativity surrounding the word “stance” and makes the viewer reconsider their own prejudices.

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Feb 18, 2015

Photography By: Anthony Nguyen

Words By: Aleksey Royt

The Golden Era: Minh’s Stand Out Honda S2000

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In the early 1960’s, Honda released the S600 Sports Coupe; a predecessor to a car that would today become legendary in it’s own right as one of the purest sports cars ever released by an equally legendary manufacturer. The turn of the millennium was a special time for fans of Honda performance. We were introduced to the first Civic Si to be sold in America featuring a twin-cam engine. The NSX had just arrived with it’s second generation chassis. Limited quantities of the first-ever Type R to be offered in America were now available. Honda’s continued success in the automotive sub-culture and its reemergence in Formula One reflected its dedication to motor sports and producing performance-minded vehicles, if only for a few more years. And as a tribute to this storied history, the Honda S2000 was unleashed upon the masses.

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Jun 12, 2014

Photography By: Dewayne Reid

Words By: Josh Davis

Atypical Approach: Jose Diaz’s Intrepid Honda Civic

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Down South in the magical city of Miami it’s easy to get caught up in the lavish atmosphere, beautiful beaches, women, exotic rides, and making sure you’re always bringin’ your best. For Jose Diaz the intentions were there, and once a little bit of inspiration came along after moving to Miami from New York his EK Civic took form to something worthy of surpassing Miami’s standards.
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Jun 9, 2014

Videography By: Motive Collect

Words By: Motive Collect

Video: Formula Drift Round 3: Miami Heat

On May 31, Formula Drift returned to Florida for Round 3: Miami Heat. This was Formula Drift’s third visit to Florida, but this time in a new location. In 2012 and 2013, Palm Beach International Raceway hosted the series, but 2014 brought Round 3 to Homestead-Miami Speedway. This facility hosts NASCAR, IndyCar, Grand Am, and now the Formula Drift Series in an expansive multi-track venue. The event utilized the infield road course starting at turn 2 and completing each run at turn 5. Vaughn Gittin Jr. earned victory over Chris Forsberg in the final round. This was Gittin’s second win in a row after taking home the victory at Round 2: Road Atlanta. Finishing third behind Gittin and Forsberg was Kenny Moen. This event was a fresh breath for the increasingly large amount of fans and a new challenge for the lineup of drivers. While learning the new track, teams and drivers practiced and adapted to the unfamiliar setup. The Saturday competition was strong and the energy was high. Florida’s heat persisted all day, but the threat of rain held off and the skies remained clear and the track stayed dry. Please enjoy our video coverage from Round 3: Miami Heat.

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May 19, 2014

Photography By: Ethan Watson, Faiz Rahman

Words By: Ethan Watson

Formula Drift Round 2 : Atlanta

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Two years ago I was introduced to my first Formula Drift event in Atlanta.  It was an absolute blast and every year since, I’ve always been stoked to go back. This year was no exception.
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May 12, 2014

Photography By: Antoine J Brumfield

Words By: Josh Davis

Law of Attraction: Everett Scott’s Laguna Blue S2000

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It’s said that if you want something bad enough you’ll get it, that the law of attraction will work in mysterious ways ultimately granting you your wish if you can fork up the patience. I believe this to be quite a plausible factor of life, and for this particular 24-year-old Windy City native he finally got what he had been dreaming about for so many years.
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Feb 26, 2014

Photography By: Dustin Kessler

Words By: Josh Davis

Flawless Victory: Nate Gruol’s Impeccable G37S

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I’ve come to notice those who get cars with the intention of only doing minor modifications always tend to end up doing a lot more, and doing it very, very well. I’ve met and talked to quite a few of these types of individuals, but this one in particular has made it so I will never look at the Inifiniti G37 the same way ever again. Read More


Dec 25, 2013

Photography By: Mark Anthony

Words By: Ethan Watson

Wallpaper Wednesday : Sammy Alarcon’s 2008 Honda Civic Si

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Merry Christmas! This week we bring you Sammy Alarcon’s 2008 Honda Civic Si, shot by Mark Anthony.
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Nov 14, 2013

Photography By: Ethan Watson

Words By: Ethan Watson

Beyond Bold: Brian Carter’s Rocket Bunny S13 240sx

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In the past a Nissan 240sx would come to mind as gutted, LS swapped, and pouring smoke off the rear tires as it slides around the horseshoe at Road Atlanta. A track beast, sure, but not a quite like this. Brian’s S13 completely changed my outlook on modified 240s, taking a different and bold route to turn this car into something unexpected.
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Jun 17, 2013

Photography By: Kevin Chow

Words By: David Monzingo

Expect the Unexpected: Ryan Knittel’s Subaru WRX Wagon

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There’s something to be said about being able to turn an otherwise unnoticed daily driven grocery getter into a head-turning masterpiece at a car show. Ryan Knittel has achieved just that with his 2004 Subaru WRX wagon. What started off as a simple car purchase with a short list of future modifications, turned into a full-blown build with quite an exhausted list of “goodies”.

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