Saturday Oct 29th is the 8th Year Anniversary event for The Chronicles… This is one event I always make a point to going event though it’s the day before we head out to SEMA show. One year there was a proposal… another year there was a dinosaur walking around. One thing you’re guaranteed to have is a good time with good people. Who knows what will be in store at this year’s event. For more info, check out the event page here.
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Do you enjoy checking out some nicely modified Japanese classic cars? We’ll then! There’s a event this weekend that you should not miss if you’re in the Southern, California region. You’ll see some rare cars that you may not get to see at your typical car event and of course the popular stuff like the NSXs, Supras, Corollas, 240s and so much more!
For more information Click here: Facebook event page
It’s almost every mans dream…getting more power from their “race car” and here Ken Block shares with us his Hoonicorn which previously posted up a measly 845 horsepower. I guess while most of us continue to dream we can live through the rebirth aka Hoonicorn V2, which now produces a massive 1,400 horsepower. The blueprint remains the same; 6.7 liter, 410-cubic-inch V8 but with a twist. The motor was redone to run on methanol and house a custom twin-turbo setup. Random thought. Remember when Shredder from Ninja Turtles look that o0ze and turned into Super Shredder? Well, this is NOTHING like that.
Who remembers the days when these three cars were a common site at Southern California events? How many of you got to see these cars in person?
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Heading into the final round of the 2016 Formula Drift series, Chris Forsberg held a slim points lead which left a chance for all that to slip away even greater. Add to that the fact that he also was crashed his car in the round of 16 it left the title hopes out of his hands. In the end, when the smoke cleared and the sun no longer, the night ended in dramatic fashion as Chris Forsberg claimed his third Formula Drift Championship after Matt Field beats out Fredric Aasbo.
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