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SEMA 2016 – CSF Takes Over Las Vegas

The Coolest Just Got Cooler

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It’s that time of year again. SEMA 2016 is here and just like every year, we intend to bring the  boom! Our theme this year is #BMWTAKEOVER. We will be featuring the world debut of 2 fully built BMW race cars. The wide-body BMW M4 Endurance Racecar by Yost Autosport (Las Vegas, NV) and a custom wide-body E46 M3 Racecar with an E92 M3 swap by Pure Performance (Orange County, CA). We will also be introducing several new cooling systems for 2017.

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Importfest Porsche

Importfest 2016 done CSF Race Style

Part 1 – The Euros

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It’s been more than 4 months since the last blog post… way overdue! It’s been another crazy year so far, and with the summer in full swing, and very hot summer I might add. It’s been hectic to say the least. Traveling hasn’t stopped, but fortunately I was able to hit up Importfest 2016 in Toronto, Canada earlier this month while I was up there handling some loose ends from our Canadian division. All I gotta say is “What an awesome show!” Basit and his crew are doing a great job taking this event to new levels, and I’m super excited to share a 2 part blog post on what I saw – First up the EUROS!!
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Rocket Bunny Mazda RX-7

Rocket Bunny Mazda RX-7: Riding with the King

A Japanese Giant of the 1990s

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Japanese sports cars of the 1990s now have an entire generation of enthusiasts. The cars have changed over the years, but their feeling always has been the same. Each generation has automobiles it dreams of buying, and Japanese sports cars will be in big demand in the collectible car market. But the one thing different about this group is what they dream of doing with their cars. They want to fit high-end tuning gear, turbo upgrades, rare body parts, and oversize wheels. They started the tuning movement in the 1990s. One of them, Jim Pan, started modifying Japanese cars back in 1991. In the following years, Jim moved towards European cars. He founded a club called TWCompetition involved in racing rebuilds of BMW M3s, AMG-Mercedes, and a twin turbocharged Ferrari 360.

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How the Great White North Does It

Canada’s CSCS Season Finale

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It’s about time that I finally made it out to check out what a CSCS event is all about. While visiting CSF’s distribution facility in Toronto last week, I was able to attend the final round of the 2014 Canadian Sports Car Championship Series (CSCS). Based out of Ontario, Canada, this series has amassed quite a following from all over the country’s most populated province. The top levels of competition hold their own with drivers also traveling north from New York and Michigan, to compete in the Time Attack, drag racing, and drifting events of CSCS. Also included in this last event was the car show component that brought out quite a crowd to enjoy the perfect fall weather at the Toronto Motorsports Park in Cayuga Falls, Ontario.

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