Every year there are dozens of new car shows that pop up. Most come and go but sometimes, certain shows just stand out from others. Today’s show coverage is from a pretty new event, at least to us, and it’s name is RAWCARism. It was held in Yakkaichi City (Mie Prefecture) of Japan earlier in..
As promised, we’re back with another 300 + photos of Ultrace 2022 photo coverage (click here to check out the first part if you haven’t already!) We want to congratulate the Ultrace team on great success, not just on this years event but over the last few years. Every year they are able to bring..
What happens in Poland, does not stay in Poland. To be brutally honest with you, one of our favorite events to come out of Europe is Ultrace. But, how can Ultrace be one of our favorite events when no one has even heard that name before? Well you see Ultrace used to go by the..
We’ve not covered this event in the past but now that we’ve linked up with a talented photographer (Thomas Cerenzia), we hope to to be able to cover it in the future as this is one of the premier automotive gatherings. Riverside 7 took place in Chattanooga, Tennessee on April 2nd so we are definitely..
I’d venture a guess that many of you would say there’s no such thing as too low. Especially when it comes to a big body VIP style builds like Andrew Jones’ LS400. There’s a feeling that you just can’t describe when it comes to seeing big cars like this hovering off the ground in rolling..
This is honestly one of our favorite events to come out of Japan and every time our photographers ask us if we are interested in sharing Dori Dore coverage on the site we get extremely excited! For Dori Dore, it’s all about grassroots drifting, plus there happens to be what they refer to “dress up..
After 2 long years with some pretty strict restrictions, it was finally time for Bilsport & Performance Custom Motor Show to open their gates to Scandinavia’s biggest indoor car exhibition. (We’ve covered this show over the years so make sure to check it out by clicking here.) The biggest change from earlier years is that..
We’re going to end the coverage of Shukai Japan with this final set of photos provided to us by Hayato Tsuchiya. If you’ve seen the first two parts of the coverage then chances are you’ve seen all the cars but we love Hayato’s photos because they provide a different perspective. Once more, we would like..
What do you know, we’ve got a ton more photos for you from Shukai Japan event. In case you missed the first part you can click here, but as mentioned last time, Shukai was initially a relatively small gathering put together by a bunch of friends that somehow turned into a full blown car show…
Year 2017 was the first and last time Shukai Japan took place. It all started as a way for Yuuki & his close friends to bring a bunch of cool cars together, but when the registrations started pouring in the supposed small show turned into something much bigger. (You can click here & here even..