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The current issue of Zoom is on the shelves and features all the msart tech solutions and hardcore racing performance machines of the Zoom world.

Pac to Race in USA in 2011!

Just in case you thought the quickest and fastest rotary race team on earth had anything left to prove, word is that the 6.58sec 209.95mph Pac Performance Mazda 6 will soon be travelling to the USA to take part in some of the best racing the East Coast has to offer.

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PAC PERFORMANCE EXTENDS WORLD RECORD LEAD WITH A 6.58@208MPH

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Well ladies and gentlemen, the Pac Performance crew are at it once again with their Pro Turbo 20B Mazda6 laying down a critic silencing 6.589@208.65mph pass at tonights 'Full Throttle Friday' meet at Sydney Dragway.

Read more over the fold

Pac Performance in Action at Track Championship

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The Pac Performance crew are out in action at this weekend's meet, Round 4 of the Sydney Dragway Track Championship.

Current Issue Zoom 153

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The current issue of Zoom is chocablock full of hard core tech and the latest in crazy engine conversions.

Horrific drag racing crash

There was plenty of tough cars out on the track for the first Full Throttle Friday of the season and it was none-stop action right through the night. Unfortunately the buzz of the night was dampened somewhat by a horrific accident involving Steven 'Junior' Abreu's 'back-halfed' RX3 and Anthony Daquino's full chassis RX3.

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More info and a video of the accident over the fold

Full Throttle Friday 22 Oct 2010

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Jason's images from Full Throttle Friday are up in the galleries.

Further information on the above PSIDUP Cortina is on its way!

Cheap skids at Revfest!

The cancellation of drag racing at the Hunter Valley Revfest this year caused quite a bit of controversy. However, the power skid and burnout driving event has been given the green light to continue on and has become the focal part of the show.

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Because of this, the event organisers have decided to slash entry fees into the driving activities.

 But, by how much you’re probably asking? Click over the fold for a complete run down.

 

Toyotafest 2010

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Members of Toymods and other associated Toyota car clubs held the Toyotafest car show over the October long weekend and I went down to have a look. It was held at the Home Hub Hills shopping centre and the centre itself gave the event plenty of support, which is not surprising as the event attracted over 100 entrants and many times that in spectators. Dav Hoban, one of the main organisers fo the event, said the shopping centre provided $25000 worth of support in terms of promotional material, space and organisational assistance. More over the fold with complete coverage in a forthcoming issue of the magazine.

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