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TECH ARTICLES, VEHICLE FEATURES, EVENT COVERAGE & MORE

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One after the next, the videos of Sébastien Loeb and his Redbull-sponsored Peugeot 208 T16 just keep rolling in! Check out the footage as Sébastien prepares for the race to the summit of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

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Bandimere Speedway kicked off its drag season with the explosive annual event, NAPA Auto Parts Night of Fire and Thunder last Saturday, May 18th. Jet Cars, Nitro Cars and Domestic Drag Racers put on a show for a good cause. And Revvolution of the Rockies was there to enjoy a little sensory overload.

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The sun was barely peeking out from the clouds on that cold Cinco de Mayo. But it was the season's first Drift Colorado Point Series event at IMI Motorsports Complex in Dacono, Colorado. Cold for us, but it was the perfect temperature for turbochargers to suck in all the cool air they wanted and keep those engines happy.

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This past weekend, we had the opportunity to check out an event that we've been itching to become part of for some time now. When our friends at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) mentioned that they were invited to participate in an SCCA Rocky Mountain Solo Championship Series 2013 autocross event, we jumped at the opportunity to get on-board. While we were anxious to finally get some of our own Revvolution vehicles involved in this particular event, several final adjustments needed to be completed before they were ready to hit the tarmac. So instead, I grabbed my Canon to try and capture the essence of what this event was all about.

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This past weekend, we were excited that the Colorado weather could hold out just long enough for the local enthusiasts to dust off their vehicles and come together to enjoy yet another flawless event hosted by the Colorado Unlimited Sports Car Club (CUSCC). Hundreds (955 to be exact) made their way towards Boulder, Colorado for CUSCC's springtime meet where every automotive genre made an appearance from exotics to tuners, American muscle, Euros, hot-rods, vintage and even fully-prepped race cars. It's events like these that remind us why we love the Colorado automotive scene and look forward to its continued progress and growth through the help of organizations like CUSCC.