SEMA is known to feature some pretty radical products from various vendors over the years; it’s the place everyone comes to showcase anything new and interesting in the automotive world. While there are literal miles upon miles of products and tech, few things seldom change the game so to speak, but Accuair came strong this game with a potential game-changing product. Enough that SEMA awarded it Best Engineered New Product for 2017.

In collaboration between Accuair and WABCO a new product called the ENDO-CVT is introduced. CVT, or Compressor, Valve, Tank is a totally self-contained unit marketed for any automotive application using an air compressor. If your car has air rid, then this is a big deal. Not only is the self-contained unit compact, but is also claimed as the quietest, most efficient, and moisture free air compressor that the market has ever seen. Accuair claim this compressor does the work of two industry standard [...]

For a while now, fundamental turbo design has been pretty stagnant.  To get more power you need a larger turbo, which in turn creates unwanted turbo lag.  A larger turbo means larger piping is required… So on and so forth.  Well… Turbo By Garret has dropped a BRAND new turbo design where less is more.  Allow me to introduce you to the Garrett New G Series!

The 2017 Southwest Drift Series comes to an end as this weekend, 21 drivers made their way to Musselman Honda Circuit in Tucson,
AZ for the last round of the Vegas Drift Southwest Drift series presented by Vegas Drift. Most of the drivers were local who made the short two-hour drive from Phoenix to compete, as others were from neighboring states such as California, Nevada, and Colorado. The weather was mild for a typical Arizona summer day, but with cloud cover and a slight breeze, it was no problem being outside enjoying some pro-am drifting. This night was also the night that the 2017 series champion would be crowned, with the top 3 drivers earning their Formula Drift Pro 2 license.

NASA AZ – West Track

Weekend racers hit Wild Horse Pass for September’s local track day event

On the second Saturday in September, NASA AZ put on their monthly track day
at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. This time, instead of running the East Track,
drivers took to the West Track for some early morning racing. The weather turned out to
be quite mild for the time of year, as it was mostly overcast with temperatures hovering
in the high 80’s. This made for a great day of driving and spectating (oh, and
photography). The turn out for this event was very pleasing. Drivers from all experience
levels showed up to run their stock daily such as WRX’s, Mustangs, Camaros, and even
a Prius, to fully built race cars such as Austin Newmark’s purple Mazda Miata and Ritch
Marziale and his Dodge Viper Competition Coupe. The gates opened at 4am for racers
to begin their registration and tech inspection, with the first group [...]

Arizona drivers dominated in the 3rd stop of the Southwest Drift Series.
The stage was set and the hometown drivers couldn’t have put on a better show
as Vegas Drift held its third round of the Southwest Drift Series at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. Drifters from
surrounding states and here in Phoenix came to drive their best, as the points chase is
on, and so is the race for the season championship. Coming into the weekend, Raz
Naor of Los Angeles sat in a solid 1st place with 118 points. Nick Gross (Phoenix), sat
in 2nd with 98 points. Andrew Schulte (Phoenix) held 3rd place with 94 points. In 4th
place, was Austin Kregle (Phoenix) with 74 points.
The day started out with practice in the hot Arizona sun. The XDC style track was
set up for high speed coming into the initiation, with clipping [...]

2018 Buick Regal GS

Hot Hatch or Not Hatch?

How many of you remember when the only cars on the market boasting 300 horsepower and all-wheel drive were either a Subaru with an engine that had a pancake fetish, or a Mitsubishi with an anime wing that wasn’t a television set? Aside from Pepperidge Farm, nearly most of us born before the turn of the century can relate. Today, after seventeen years, the market for all-wheel drive performance sedans seems saturated.

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