Science Friction: Behind Closed Doors At Alcon

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[ad_1] The Great British Brake-Off Alcon is a brand that you’re probably familiar with. Best known for its motorsport braking systems, this British company has been bringing vehicles to a rapid halt since 1983. The team at Alcon were kind enough to extend Speedhunters an invitation to visit its Tamworth headquarters for a behind-the-scenes tour
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The BFG of Players 12.0

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[ad_1] I’ve lost count of the many Players events we’ve attended over the years. The show itself pre-dates Speedhunters by a couple of years, but it’s often been said that it’s the show that best reflects the Speedhunters ethos of all-encompassing car culture. Everyone is welcome here, and the same is true for Players. I’ve
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Khyzyl Versus The Revival – Speedhunters

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[ad_1] The Goodwood Revival – it’s always been one of those events that I’ve always wanted to go to, but seemingly managed to miss every year. Well, every year except this one that is. I didn’t really know what to expect. All I knew was that priceless machinery gets driven like it’s the end of
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Red Bull Drift Shifters: The Best Seat In The House

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[ad_1] If you made it along to last weekend’s Red Bull Drift Shifters, then I’m sure you’d agree that no-one had a bad view. With the action running almost right up to the safety barriers, it’s the closest that tens of thousands of people have come to professional drifting in person. The sights, the sounds and the
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Red Bull Drift Shifters: The Stage Is Set

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[ad_1] Drifting has shut down Liverpool city centre. Mad Mike Whiddett is in town, and he’s brought with him some of the best drivers from around the world, a crazy street circuit, and one of the most creative approaches to combining motorsport and entertainment we’ve seen. It’s hard to convey in words, or even in images,
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Bulls On Parade In The United Kingdom

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[ad_1] The Long & Winding Road In its relatively short time on this Earth, drifting has evolved from an underground niche practised on the mountain roads of Japan, to an bustling industry, motorsport and lifestyle. It’s fair to say that, 10 years ago, if you’d have mentioned ‘drifting’ to a non-car person (we do occasionally have to
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The After Work Drive: Why Simple Cars Are Best

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[ad_1] Last week, I had one of the best after-work drives of my life. For the past two months, the UK temperature gauge has been reading a solid 25°C+ (77°F+) pretty much non-stop. To some, this is perfect drinking and BBQ weather. To Paddy and Jordan, who hate the heat, this is a living nightmare. I absolutely
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86 Day UK: More Than Just Corollas

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[ad_1] Welcome One, Welcome All Organised by the Corolla Brotherhood, this year’s UK 8/6 meet once again took place at Driftworks HQ in Birmingham, England. Don’t let the name fool you – the Corolla Brotherhood is an equal opportunities collective, and pretty much any retro Toyota is welcome into its ranks. Heck, if the turnout
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