Keeping ScoreFourteen of the 15 USCC tests are scored on a 110-point scale with the winner getting 110 points, the loser getting 10. Those who blow up so bad they can't cross the finish line get a zero. The scores for everyone but the best, worst and most blown-up are based on how the competitor fin
Andrew Campbell's Miata obsession runs deep. So deep the guy has clipped and archived every article from every magazine pertaining to Miatas, and he archives them in chronological order. So deep the guy rode public transportation until he could afford one. So deep he built this turbocharged 1995 mod
The USCC has not been kind to rotary engines. Although three rotary-powered vehicles have been in the contest in as many years, not one has come close to reaching the top spot. Two were hybrid Datsun 510s, which finished dead last in their respective fields, and the other was Jerry Fink's Laminar Vi
Venom Goes 2-For-3, Records Fall, Cars FlySonoma is known for two things: Fine wines and Sears Point Raceway. In recent years, both have gotten bigger and better. The Sonoma area is challenging the Napa Valley for top dog status among California's grape crushers. The raceway formerly known as Sears
A sound-bite from hip-hop's Nelly, "It's getting hot in here," was the rally cry of those who attended the K&N NOPI LA Race Wars in Palmdale, CA, on the weekend of June 22, 2002. It was definitely hot up there and we're not just talking about the unrelenting summer sun.
The Trek 2 Texas has become an annual pilgrimage to Houston for the World Import Challenge drag race. In the first go-around, the caravan consisted of editorial staff from Turbo and Sport Compact Car as well as advertising hounds from all of Primedia's Interna