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The Challenge Of Modifying In Japan: Project Rough Goes Through Shaken

How is it possible for Japanese car enthusiasts to get away with that? It’s a phrase I’ve heard countless times on various social media platforms. And for good reason, too – here in Japan there are no

Meet Japan’s BMW 2002 Club

While there aren’t any hidden neon lights or bosozoku-inspired styling here (Japan’s 2002 Club are quite traditional in that respect), there was something quite Japanese about how this impromptu meet

Project 51: Meet Mr. In Too Deep

As enthusiasts, we’re naturally more in tune with our own cars and the ones around us, than those who just see automobiles as items of convenience. We apply just that little extra bit of throttle

Six Sets & Counting: My Year With The Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2

We’re divided by car choice, engine aspiration, driven wheels, gearbox type and even the vehicle’s country of origin. We’ll take this to the point of arguing blind with strangers on the internet to

Project NSX At The Honda Nats

In the last Project NSX update, we were spinning dyno hubs at Chequered Tuning. A couple of weeks later it was time to push the rubber down the road. It all started a few months back at the packed

It’s Okay To Like Low Cars

These methods are generally shaped over the course of our lifetimes and are influenced by our surroundings, upbringings, friends and family. There is no right or wrong way (within reason I suppose,

Rediscovering The True Meaning Of A Road Trip

It only takes a few words to get me excited. Traversing local backroads instead of boring expressways, discovering the side of a country that normally isn’t highlighted by travel sites, and doing it

Tuning Like It’s 1999

Moral was low, and in our desperation we sought out and bought into every last rumor that automotive publications and the odd blog were throwing around at the time. We lived in hope and anticipation,

Project NSX: Dreams Of Power – Part Two

In Project NSX: Dreams Of Power – Part One we had the Honda’s engine out for some hardware upgrades and a general freshen up to improve power and reliability of the 27-year-old C30A. Since then the

Let Your Inner Tuner Customize Away

Not only does the new game allow for total customization of bodywork, paint, decals and liveries, its extensive use of real-world parts from some of our favorite brands, means you can actually create

Project Cars: Knowing When To Stop

Firstly, I’m about to talk about why it’s important to know when to stop messing about with a car, so that pretty much renders the 106 useless as a project. And secondly, despite the Peugeot popping

The 72 Hours Before SEMA

The past 72 hours have involved a trip from London to Los Angeles, lots of sleep deprivation, and a handful of photoshoots in various locations across a couple of states. Usually we’d have Dino on

Has The Stelvio Pass Become A Victim Of Its Own Success?

Recently, I made my second visit to famous road on the Northern Italy and Switzerland border, and on this occasion I couldn’t have timed it better. On my first visit here, I made the mistake of

Editorial: Don’t Call It A Comeback

Wow, it feels like ages since I actually sat down at my laptop and started to craft a post – and it has been. You may have noticed that I’ve been absent from the site over the best part of the last

The Past, Present & Future Of Mazda Motorsports

Before we take a look at what else was present, we need to talk about the reason for this launch event – Mazda’s new TCR car, which looks amazing. The car on show was a pre-production variant, but

A Spontaneous Sunday Hunting In Indonesia

With my weekend schedule freed up due to the cancellation of the ICEMOD (Indonesia Car Enthusiast & Modifications) event, a new goal was set: hunting out Indonesian car culture. There was no real

To Stuttgart & Back In Less Than 48 Hours

While for many this will conjure images of the 919 Hybrid Evo that has decimated lap records, it all began with the 917. The 917 is the car that gave Porsche its first taste of victory at the famous

When Tractors Go Wild

A tractor isn’t something you’d ever expect to see on Speedhunters. Well, not something I ever did anyway. But when I saw this crazy creation during a visit to Smoke’m Garage recently, I knew I had to

The Kuala Lumpur Takeover

This was precisely the predicament I found myself in after wrapping up a massive weekend at Malaysia’s 2019 Art of Speed festival. Jet lagged, sleep deprived, and possibly still slightly intoxicated

Support Your Local Car Show

However, there is one show every year which is far more important than any of the aforementioned. It has no set date, no set location and no set name. In fact, it varies wherever you might be in the