If you are from the Bay Area (Northern California) Shukai is one of the events you probably look forward to the most. They say best things in life are free, and Shukai is a great example. We have nothing to do with Shukai management but it is clear to us that Shukai isn’t your average..
Back in late 90’s and even early 00’s, you could pretty much group all of VIP into one category. Today, with there being so many different styles and variations, simply referring to a car as “VIP” is almost doing the car injustice, and we mean that with the utmost respect. You’ve got your traditional “VIP”..
I really enjoy going to shows in other countries so that I can see what their car scene is like, especially if it’s one of UK’s biggest indoor event hosted by FittedUk in Manchester. Indoor events are just not as common where I’m from (Sweden) and the variety of cars and styles is also not..
Besides quality of cars and variety of styles to choose from, what makes Raceism a fun event is all the extras that these guys throw in. From drifting to having special guests flowing in and sometimes even having their cars displayed. We honestly feel that this event would be just as successful even without all..
We’ve been covering this event for years now and it seems to not only get bigger year by year, but the quality of cars continues to improve as well. That’s no easy task considering a big percentage of the cars in attendance are from surrounding countries. Raceism ( not “racism” ) has been around for..
Held at Melbourne Showgrounds, Australia on July 28th, 2019 – car enthusiast all around Australia were invited to bring their cars along to the show. For the longest time, the car show scene in Melbourne Australia has been rather quiet. With no real shows/events happening, owners were forced to keep their rides hidden away. Black..
I’ve always had a bit of an obsession with faux racecars. Builds that look like track beasts, but with exaggerated styling that likely has no business on a track. It’s a huge part of the allure of grass roots drifting, where style trumps performance in many ways. There’s something about this notion that has always..
Closing out our coverage of the annual StanceNation Japan (Nagasaki) event with another set of photos! As always, we want to thank you guys for making this possible. Even if you didn’t attend the show, we still have to thank you because without your continued support for our brand and the things we do, we..
You didn’t think there would only be 1 part of our Nagasaki event coverage, did you? Today we’ll drop anther 100+ photos and there is even a possibility of part 3 coming your way by this weekend. If you haven’t seen the first set of photos we released make sure you click here. Now that..
Our annual Nagasaki event went down a couple of weeks ago and despite being rained on, thousands of spectators and hundreds of cars showed up. As a matter of fact, over 600 cars showed up! The dedication that Japanese car enthusiasts show is simply out of this world. Our appreciation for these awesome men and..