In this issue of NZ Performance Car:
From a bogged-up shell to a pristine show-spec racer, Alex MacAskill’s SR Coupe may have been one hell of a hangover, but four years of hard work has transformed it into a show-winning race machine, ready to tackle South Island circuit and hill-climb events.
The second-oldest race event in the US, Pikes Peak is unique in its location and the challenges it brings, as vehicles contest 156 corners while climbing to 4300 metres above sea level. We sent along the best damn mountain goat we know, Larry Chen, to capture all the action, set to a breathtaking backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
Deep in the South Auckland countryside, possibly the most ambitious-yet-ingenious project we have seen in recent years has just been completed. In this issue we take a very in-depth look at the FWD that Reg hopes will exceed 220mph at this year's Bonneville Speed Week.
We chat to Richard Green of Green Brothers Racing about how water injection works, why it's so good, and we also show you how to install a kit like the one used in New Zealand’s fastest import.
Hailing from the 04, although Steve’s S15 might be simple under the hood, its killer bodywork with Wise Sqaure GT widebody and plenty of carbon are set off with the use of low — lots and lots of low, thanks to a Ksport air-ride system.
Fourth-gear entries, wild smoke shows, and the odd fire for good measure; Steve Ellicott’s ‘L0R0TA’ ’74 Mazda 808 wagon is back from the dead and...
From an era when sex was, um…. ‘safe’ and drag racing ruled the roost of cool, Pro Street was born — more drag car than...
Giving a new meaning to family hauler, Jacky Tse’s latest creation a 2005 Mitsubishi Evo wagon breaks cover this month. Built in secret “just like...
When a magazine is pulled from the shelves due to the extreme content within, you know this is one NZPC mag you need in your...