The Canadian Shop Aiming For Perfection

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The ‘Cyr’ In Cyrious One of the many things in life that astounds me is the ability professional drivers have to balance operating a race program with running a shop. I hardly seem to have enough time in a day to go to work, come back, and wander about the garage looking for my 10mm before
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Tunnel Attacking In Kuala Lumpur

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What the hell is a tunnel attack? The question tumbled around in my head for hours on end. All I’d been told was that someone would pick me up from my hotel at around midnight, and that this ‘tunnel attack’ was being hosted by a group called the ‘Back Wheel Bitches’. I’m always up for a Speedhunting adventure,
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Turning Plastic Into Parts With Vacuum Thermoforming

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Engimaneerin’ As some of you may know, I slaved away for four years spending 30-odd thousand dollars to get my degree, like a proper American. However, if my work here is any indication, my day to day now involves exactly zero mechanical engineering. While I had a ‘real’ job, as some say, for nearly a year after graduating, it really wasn’t cutting it.
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Meet Mark, The 16-Year-Old Filmmaker

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Evolution There’s another side to all the cars that are featured on Speedhunters. In fact, it exists at just about every single meet or event and throughout every build. Any time you see a photograph or video of a car, something is happening on the other side of the lens. What is happening varies widely based on many
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The Beginning Of The End for Car Culture in Japan?

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Am I overreacting? I honestly don’t know what to think after seeing these pictures that some friends sent through to me following their experience at Umihotaru Parking Area this past Saturday. For many years now, 7’s Day celebrations in Tokyo have seen huge gatherings of cars at Daikoku and Umihotaru PAs, and obviously the local police have
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What’s Behind The Curtain At KW?

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It’s surprisingly dark in here. Away from the bright lights of the factory floor, not a stone’s throw away, there’s a discreet door which leads to a large, undecorated concrete room. I’ve been here once before. Then, like now, the space was being used to store KW’s current and former project cars, along with some
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Someone Made Me A Ferrari F80

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I have to say, I’m pretty lucky. This is my Ferrari F80. Sure, it may only exist in the digital realm, but it’s mine. It was specifically designed for me as a birthday present by a talented car designer, and it looks nothing short of sensational. How damn cool is that? The whole thing kicked off when Giulio
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Experiencing Rudskogen At Full Throttle

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Along For The Ride “Go for a passenger ride today”. That’s the WhatsApp message that pings up from Paddy as I’m sat in the media room at Gatebil Rudskogen. For some reason I agree and, having already spoken to Norwegian drifter Joachim Waagaard about such an experience, I know just the guy to approach. Joachim’s
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