Text by : Wei Jie, Photos by : WeiJie & Jon
Text by : Ben Wong, Photos by : Neo, Shane, Randy & Tecky
We live in a society of conformists. Everyone seems to follow trends, be it fashion, technology or social trends. So every once in a while when something different, something epic comes along and rocks the the the world with so much awesome that it becomes viral material.
Viral is the rate of which something is shared over the internet. Justin Bieber was an example of bad viral which unfortunately for our ears, made him so popular. Good viral come from things like the PPRE 6 rotor engine, these people that change the standards of which things are based on from then on. Its always that boundary that somebody pushes going beyond anything ever imagined that makes for viral material. We caught wind of this Evo project when it was still in the paint shop and true enough, it went viral locally the minute the first picture of it surfaced. Almost everyone knew about the car by the second day!
As much as I remember promising to steer clear of Evolution content on the blog for a while, its this level of epicness that has forced me to eat my words. I made sure that we were able to get a full and proper feature of this car. Fact is, there are actually many crazy cars in Singapore that do not see the light of day. These cars are full track cars which are not road registered and only allowed to be towed to and from the tracks. Nothing seems so special because its normal for a track car to be hardcore and crazy built. To do the same thing on a road car however, is a whole different ball game.
Mention the words “Crazy wide body Evo” and there will be no other car that will pop to mind, except Desmond’s mind blowing Evo 9.
Words by : Ray Ng, Photos by : Little Bee Racing
Hailing from Fukui Prefecture, Japan, there’s this feisty time-attack styled Civic EK which never fails to catch my attention.
What never fails to catch my eyes is the elaborate front diffuser with Voltex carnards, and the Voltex GT wing identical to the one I previously used. They fabricate the carbon fibre door in house too, and there’s also a unique roof scoop. Continue reading
World time attack seems like heaven. Hot cars, hot chicks, how i wish there was something as cool as that in Singapore. Sadly our closest hope seems to be going up in flames with the many problems of the Changi track. Here’s a little video from Hankook featuring the cars they sponsored at this year’s world time attack. Hankook tyres took 2nd and 3rd place this year. Seems like they are showing potential to be a cheaper alternative to the Bridgestones A050. Something which is great news for the average budget racer (*Points at self*)