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It was cold, bitterly cold as we brave few faced the ‘freshness’ of the day to witness some sheer madness on the Tipperary International Raceway.
<p>Practice kicked off at 9.30 and the coupes a
Fly from Max Power magazine arrived in Bangor to do a cruise photoshoot, hailing the long-awaited return of MP, last seen in mid-April <a href=”http://www.cruise-ni.co.uk/reallymeansounds/cruises.p
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<p>Six months of planning finally came together on the 29th September at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast. Sound In Motion and Schism Music Group had been meticulously planning the events since East
The Car Care Centre played home to the annual event of <i>Street Cred</i>, with all the usual modified motors from the likes of 100% modified turning up.
<p>As I approached the main
There was a huge turnout which started off slow, but soon became enormous. We had to close entries at 30 because we would only have 3.5 hours to do the judging. There where some real nice cars, with t