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Photos by Philip Aragones and THE aSTIG The Honda S2000 is considered by many to be one of the greatest sports roadsters in the world. Because of the car’s 50:50 weight distribution, high output and high redline engine, smooth gearbox, … Continue reading
The boys at DZ Racing have done it again with another Honda S2000, this time tricked-out with goodies from one of Japan’s greatest body kit makers – J’S Racing. The car you see here, as featured in the 2012 Manila … Continue reading
It’s time to cast your votes for who will win the Car Photography Club January 2012 Photo Contest! Cast Your Votes: Car Photography Club January 2012 Photo Contest 1. Cedi Santos: Dodge Colt Long Exposure 2. Jundio Salvador: Monster truck … Continue reading
Roberto Minosa reporting live from Intex Osaka. Brought to you by Custom Pinoy Rides and Team A Motorsports. The moment we stepped off the tram, we knew we were going some place epic. It was practically a car show along … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but for me, THIS is how you tune a Honda S2000. How about you? Do you have any better ideas? If you were to modify your own Honda S2000, what would you do with it?
Photos from CircuitShowdown.com Delivering tofu after the race? Circuit Showdown goes back to Batangas Racing Circuit for Round 6 of the series. But this time, they’re taking BRC from behind… Or rather, backwards. Check out the awesome smoke-filled, exhaust flaming, … Continue reading
Photos from CircuitShowdown.com EK Hatch Drag… Round 5 of Circuit Showdow 2011 brings us to Clark International Speeday, specifically the West Short Track. Apart from the usual field of ultra-fast Japanese Tuner Cars, Round 5 had an increased attendance of … Continue reading
The multi award-winning Honda S2000 is a car that has the proper ingredients of a sports roadster. Retractable top, two seats, front/mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, and spectacular handling due to a 50-50 weight distribution. All that, with the added benefit of the … Continue reading