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Photos by Errol Panganiban, Philip Aragones, and THE aSTIG As promised, here’s part 2 of our MFest coverage, featuring the Drift Cars! Check it out! Want to MODIFY your RIDE? CONTACT US and Tell Us What You Need!
Photos by Errol Panganiban, Philip Aragones, and THE aSTIG As promised, here’s our photo coverage of the recently concluded MFest. It was indeed a “Motorsports Festival,” so just about everything motorsports was there. So we’ll kick things off with the … Continue reading
Photos by Errol Panganiban, Philip Aragones, and THE aSTIG What can I say about our first MFest experience held last April 12? Well, it was a blast! Where else can you go to an event where the action starts soon … Continue reading
Photos by Philip Aragones and THE aSTIG If you’re into the stance movement, which one suits your fancy? The 1st or 2nd Generation Toyota bB? Read on to see the rest of the gallery…
Photos by Philip Aragones and THE aSTIG It’s not everyday that you see a Nissan S14 Silvia prowling the streets, let alone see one as sweet as this. Man, this car is just oozing with menacing awesomeness. I love the … Continue reading
Photos by Philip Aragones Ok, before I begin, let me just start with saying that I’ll be using a lot of photography language in this article. So I guess this is something that’ll be appreciated by camera geeks like ourselves, … Continue reading
Photos by Philip Aragones and THE aSTIG Sometimes it makes me wonder why people go like “I want an EVO VI” or “I want an EVO IX” and so on and so forth. How about giving some love to the … Continue reading
Photos by Philip Aragones It’s Thursday once again, so for our TBT, we’re giving some old school love. Check out DriftMob Works Pilipinas’ tire-slaying 1JZ-powered Toyota Celica competition drift car…
Photos by Philip Aragones and Christian Chan When you see a car that’s hugging the ground, rolls on aggressive-offset wheels with meaty tires poking beyond the fenderwells with millimeters of upward suspension travel remaining you have got to take notice. … Continue reading