Last weekend Team Revvolution made their presence known at Colorado Unlimited Sport Car Club’s ninth annual CUSCC Auto Show in Westminster, Colorado. This is one of Colorado's largest and quickest growing shows of the year with more than fifteen hundred cars in attendance. With an interest in promoting our May 18 Revvolution EAS Automotive Lifestyle Event, and our Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack, we set up our booth and invited some of our members to help properly represent Revvolution.com. It’s amazing to see Colorado's car culture continuing to grow and gain recognition. CUSCC invited various sponsors to come out and raffle items, while live music and free spectating was available for the masses. It's awesome seeing this event grow each year and we can only imagine what it will be like next year.
Welcome to our second installment of our Scene Theory series. This time we dive into what it means to be JDM in America. The acronym JDM has become more than a three letter abbreviation; it's become a lifestyle, a scene, a brand and a way of expression. On the most basic level, JDM refers to the "Japanese domestic market"⎯the heavyweight of the import scene. Honda, Subaru, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Toyota⎯all of these manufacturers are of the JDM variety.
For this week’s installment, we take a look at the transformation the exterior of the car is currently undergoing. To take the exterior of the BRZ to the next level, we turned to our friends at SLVA Automotive Studio to help dial in the overall look. Their experience speaks for itself, so we knew they’d be the best to set apart the BRZ from the rest of the crowd.
It's official! Revvolution and Shift-S3ctor have formally opened up driver / competitor registration and spectator tickets yesterday, Monday April 28th, 2014. If you have any interest in participating or attending the event, be sure you secure your spot now. Driver spots and spectator tickets are limited! Visit Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack's website for more information.
Bigger, stronger, faster, louder: this is the only way that we can describe last weekend’s fifth chapter of Shift-S3ctor’s Airstrip Attack in Coalinga, California. One sold-out event, one half mile, two days, and eighty degrees in the middle of the desert. Completely booked Best Western. Two hundred drivers. Twenty-two world-class sponsors. Seven hundred spectators. Fifty media personnel. An average of fourteen hundred horsepower. One hundred seventy mph average trap speeds, and one three-way twerk team. Records were broken, engines were blown, heads were lifted, and GTRs were flipped. This is the event known as Shift-S3ctor’s Airstrip Attack. This is an event you cannot miss.