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The Current State of Fast - Featuring Brian Ma's 2.0L Mazda3

What comes to mind when you think of a fast car? Is it the 15th 900-horsepower Evo you saw on YouTube today? Is it the endless big turbo Supra builds you read about on the forums breaking dynos? There’s no denying that these cars are built with a great passion for wrenching, as well as cars in general, but is having stratospheric power the only way to be fast? Something draws enthusiasts on the street to this mindset though, and I felt inclined to dig a little deeper as to why loads of power, no matter the platform, has become so predominant. Most of us are just regular everyday people, hustlin' to bring home enough bacon to pay the rent and keep the car parts flowing. There are many outlets

Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Positions, A Weekend Warrior’s View

Talk to any racer, any REAL racer (shameless F&F quote) and they will tell you if you want to get faster on the track, you start with tires. You can have all the performance in the world, but without good rubber, it will all go up in smoke. This was the situation I found myself in last winter when I was looking to upgrade my wheel and tire set up on my 2011 Mazdaspeed 3. I knew I wanted to hit the track in the coming months, but little did I know that the GE3KSPD himself would turn me into an obsessive tire-slayer, care of autocross. My tire choice now became much more critical than it had been in the past. Knowing that my Speed3 would be combining duty as a weekend warrior and at the track,

1994 Mazda RX-7

If you have been following the GE3KSPD Facebook or Instagram pages, you have probably noticed by now that I am around many, many Mazdas. However, one practical Mazda holds a very special place in my heart. The Mazda RX-7, FD. When the FD came out, it was on Car and Driver’s Ten Best list for every year the car was sold in the states. Fast forward 20 years, and the FD is still one of the most beautiful cars around. Its simple and smooth lines have aged just right, and the classic looks appeal to all of us car enthusiasts. Where do I start with Don’s sexy RX-7 FD? I think it is one of the simplest yet most beautiful RX-7's I’ve ever laid eyes on. Don decided to focus on performance and handlin

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