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Usual Suspects - January 2009

Contributors And Unsavory Characters

Jan 1, 2009
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Scott Kanemura
The second Scott of this issue has been the main point person for our Battle of the Imports needs and has traveled endlessly to bring you coverage from the last-standing import drag racing series. How does this old timer do it? Just one more round, Scotty!

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Scott Steinberg
Three Scotts in one issue? Absurd. We'd like to congratulate Mr. Steinberg for having his first child and for immersing himself in a room full of video games and the world's latest gadgets so we'll know what to buy our friends (or ourselves) for those special occasions.

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Scott Dukes
We couldn't think of a better way to start the year off proper than by having our good friend, Scott Dukes step behind the lens to capture the Axis GT-R for our cover. Scott has been instrumental in ensuring our feature photography comes out looking hot and we're excited to see what tricks he'll pull out this year.

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John Roper
To be quite honest, we're not sure where John Roper comes from or where he's going - just that he randomly sends us features for our consideration. He captured this month's Back in the Day as well as two bartending brothers who could potentially give the Barton twins a run for their money.

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Elliott Moran
Well, well - this is a special treat. Our former floormate returns to update us on his SCC-sponsored S2000, a car that we once thought was ours and ours only. We thought wrong. But in the spirit of teamplaying, we're going to let E.Mo give you the downlow on the latest parts his S2K has taken on.



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