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With the many Supras in attendance at the annual Supras Invade Las Vegas event, this chrome beauty really stood out. Aside from the fact that we got a tan standing next to the custom paint reflecting the desert sun, it really caught our attention because it epitomizes the ultimate street car. This d
Short of driving it through a hailstorm of anvils, it's tough to crush the life out of a '94-to-'98 Supra. For more than a decade racers have been cramming enough boost into the Supra's 2JZ-GTE iron-block six to put a 10-ton brick of Wisconsin sharp cheddar into geosynchronous orbit over Milwaukee,
It's official: Motorsport history was made August 31, 2003, in Irwindale, Calif., as the inaugural D1 Grand Prix was the largest event to ever be held at Irwindale Raceway. The previous track attendance record of 8,700 was eclipsed as approximately 10,000 spectators witnessed D1 2002 series champion
Of the six years the Supras Invade Las Vegas show has taken place, I've only missed it twice. Every year seems bigger and better than the last. I don't know how it's pulled off, but the event outdoes itself every time.
The original import drag series, the Battle of the Imports, took its three-ring circus of speed to Virginia Motorsports Park in scenic Petersburg, Va. The Virginia Battle was a hotly contested, predominantly East Coast affair. The only invaders were Jeremy Lookofsky and Shawn Hillier in their L'Natu
Tired of the same old car show? Want some excitement and spice? Well, the Supras Invade Las Vegas event might just be what you're looking for. Already in its fifth year since its inception in 1997, the Supras Invade Las Vegas event has proven time and time aga
In terms of project car building, some might assume that working for the Super Street Network and dealing with cars like this long-term 1992 Honda Civic VX hatchback means spending multiple days of the week wrenching away and making progress. The reality is, as much as I’d love to be able to do that, my