See our five favorite cars from the 2012 SEMA Show, plus one runner-up.
The only setting for an event with the magnitude of the SEMA Show is a place where extravagance and excess reign supreme: Las Vegas, Nevada. If you’re reading this article, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of and grasp the significance of the SEMA Show; for those poor souls oblivious to this annual automotive spectacle, prepare to be floored.
After recovering from an intense, exhausting first day at the SEMA show, Team Revvolution loaded up on coffee, fought our way through the crowds and hopped on the packed monorail to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) for round two.
Colorado National Speedway became a smoky crime scene last Saturday as hundreds of tires were murdered in Triple Crown Drift’s final event of the year, aptly named Driftoberfest.
It’s hard to convey the cultural significance and sheer magnitude of an event like the Formula Drift championship. Last Saturday, the grounds of Irwindale Speedway were filled with the sights and sounds of the drifting world, as hordes of rabid fans packed the “House of Drift” for the final event of the season.