Run to the Coast III
"Every once in a while an epic automotive event occurs, which sends your head spinning so wildly, it’s no wonder it remains attached to your body. Luckily for us gearheads, this event happens annually on March 9-11, 2012 at the abandoned El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in Irvine, California. It attracts some of the baddest street cars ever built to one area of Southern California for an all-out war on the asphalt with three separate events.
What’s more, it occurs over three days, which means the opportunity to flog your project car or even daily driver on the track has just multiplied. Yeah, we’re all-in. Born from a group of seasoned muscle car enthusiasts, this band of mafia-like individuals has created a season of full-tilt autocrossing events, spread across the country just for you.
Tired of the park and sit rhetoric, which naturally occurs at every other traditional car show event, the American Street Car Series couldn’t be more of a polar opposite.
The American Street Car Series (ASCS) has landed a full-fledged assault on those traditional car events with tire-shredding, triple-digit blasts and rotor blazing autocross and open track events that match any American made muscle car against the other. The ASCS is growing, too, with more and more of these events popping up all over the country. Their events speak volumes to the die-hard, pro-touring.com individuals out there who itch at the very chance to throttle down, legally."
"Jay Weir piloted the Speed Tech Performance ’72 Nova and it’s the nicest we’ve ever seen. And it looked as good as it performed."
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