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  • Bike drags in Vietnam

    Bike drags in Vietnam

    I got a tip off from one of my friends here in Vietnam about some motorbike racing that was taking place over the weekend, so […]

     
  • SYTAM: C-West Widebody S15

    SYTAM: C-West Widebody S15

    We have all heard of Duy’s ridiculous C-West widebody S15 Silvia in Sydney, IFSU. However we are still yet to acknowledge, the arising younger cousin […]

     
  • The Plight of the Automotive Enthusiast

    The Plight of the Automotive Enthusiast

    Media & public perception Within the Australian media the word hoon is synonymous with foolish and wild behaviour on the roads. There is no ambiguity […]

     
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  • DS Meet Brisbane, Dec 2016

    DS Meet Brisbane, Dec 2016

    This month’s event at Beenleigh Showgrounds was once again a solid turnout. One of our fans Darryl submitted a set of his photos for us […]

     
  • WTAC 2016: A Perfect Time To Attack

    WTAC 2016: A Perfect Time To Attack

    The 2016 World Time Attack Challenge proved that you can have quantity and quality in one place. It is arguably Sydney’s JDM Mecca. Being such […]

     
  • Burma Rising

    Burma Rising

    Earlier this year, I had an invite from a good buddy of mine Aein, to head over to Burma (also called Myanmar, located just to […]

     
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  • Vietnam International Motor Show 2016

    Vietnam International Motor Show 2016

    I had a chance to check out the Vietnam International Motor Show recently, thanks to Oto Xe May, Vietnam’s leading automotive magazine. Probably the coolest […]

     
  • Forza Horizon 3 Review

    Forza Horizon 3 Review

    We have it pretty tough here in Australia when it comes to being a motoring enthusiast. We are labelled as ‘hoons’, outcast by society, frowned […]

     
  • Supercar Wash Meet

    Supercar Wash Meet

    Being MVP Lifestyle’s second supercar wash meet, I was keen to make an appearance as I was unable to attend their last one. This was […]

     
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