Banzai | January 2017

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Banzai - January 2017

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Daniel O’Donnell’s American Time Attack-dominating Evo VIII, along with his team Professional Awesome Racing, were spawned the way many other car enthusiasts’ motoring dreams were: by the Gran Turismo gaming franchise. We look into how this 4G64-powered monster has been meticulously fettled and fine-tuned, just like in the game, to create an all-out race winner.

Also this month, we bring you an 800+bhp Impreza which has a few cutting-edge engine building techniques up its sleeve, a humble Honda CR-X which has just topped the 200mph marker at the Bonneville Salt Flats, and an LS1 V8-powered S14 Silvia which patrols the streets of South Carolina in style. We also give you our Car of the Year 2016 shortlist and head to the SEMA and JCCS shows in the States.

The August…

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ENTER THE DRAGON 
Jez Howarth creates carbon fibre panels for a living, so it’s no surprise that his standard Civic Type R was never going to stay that way for long. But we don’t think anyone could predict just how far his obsession would take him...

MY STORY: CR-X LAND SPEED RACER 
We chat to driver, Aaron Hale and owner, Doug Macmillan about the continued evolution of this insane Honda CR-X land speed racer...

TECH CHECK: TIME ATTACK EVO 
It takes a special kind of car and a special kind of team to go out and dominate in any race series, but Professional Awesome Racing has done just that with its Evo VIII...

NO SWEAT 
It may boast some of the most state-of-the-art engine building techniques on any road car and pack more power than most Imprezas the world over, but this is one suave Scooby takes it all in its stride...

TECH CHECK: 740BHP MR2 
Garth Wong set out to turn this old Toyota Celica into a budget drag car, he ended up with a dyno-destroying, wheelie-mad 1000bhp+ weapon!

UNITING NATIONS 
Italian paintwork, JDM styling cues and a very naughty American engine conversion to top it all off. Jim Miller’s Silvia is very successfully sporting a convergence of his very favourite performance parts from around the globe...