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Super Street

January 2020

Super Street is dedicated to the personalization and performance enhancement of compact cars. You'll receive in each issue, a great combination of extensive technical information and unparalleled feature coverage of the fast-growing aftermarket in performance compact cars!

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Language:
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TEN: The Enthusiast Network
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1 min.
super street

Editorial Content Director Matt Rodriguez Editor Sam Du Managing Editor Courtney McKinnon Online Editor Bob Hernandez Production Editor Josh Ching Social Media Director Brandon Scarpelli Social Media Specialist Ceso Bagay Art Art Director Mark Snyder Creative Director Alan Muir Contributors Chad Burdette, Dan Coria, Darrien Craven Renz Dimaandal, Gian Fernandez, Justin Fivella Jeremy Alan Glover, Alex Hamby, Jack Howells Benjamin Hunting, Bradley Iger, John Krueger Austin Lott, Ryan Lugo, Darren Martin Luke Munnell, Viet Nguyen, Daniel Piker Jonathan Wong, Micah Wright On the Web www.superstreetonline.com www.europeancarweb.com Social Media www.facebook.com/superstreetmag www.instagram.com/superstreet Advertising General Manager Rudy Rivas Associate General Manager Willie Yee Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex 863-860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake 310-531-5969 Advertising Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Advertising Coordinator Gail Burns Sales Assistant Yvette Frost TEN: Publishing Media, LLC President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin Consumer Marketing, Enthusiast Media Subscription Company, Inc. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition &…

2 min.
video on my mind

Sometimes I wonder if people even read Hole Shot, because I don’t get as much physical hate mail as I did before, and my inbox is typically filled with one-sentence feature requests from Accord owners rocking pink wheels (don’t worry, I won’t expose you all!). But the response I received two months ago was beyond my expectations in regard to the current and future state of print magazines. In case you didn’t catch it, I had an epiphany on a recent flight when I was pretty much dumbfounded by the fact that every passenger on the plane was either on their phone, tablet, or laptop. Not one of them (besides myself) had a magazine, book, or newspaper in their hands (what are newspapers these days anyway, right?). It got me…

4 min.
bayside bae

Earlier this year at the New York International Auto Show, Nissan put on a spectacular display of what might’ve been the best lineup of cars we’ve ever seen from a manufacturer. There was no boring Versa, Leaf, or Sentra in sight (no offense, Nissan), and the core of the booth was filled with nothing but the Nissans we hold true to our hearts… I’m talking about the GT-R. Front and center were a Kenmeri 2000GT-R Racing Concept, R33 GT-R LM road car, and a Calsonic-livery BNR32 GT-R race car. Why go through all the trouble of resurrecting these retired cars for an auto show? Well, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the GT-R, and over the last five decades the iconic sports car has made us all goo-goo-gaga for Nissan.…

8 min.
save the best for last

It’s been 15 years since the STI edition of the venerable Subaru WRX sedan (and for a brief, shining moment, hatchback) first made the trek across the Pacific to populate American showrooms. From the same mold as the brand’s successful World Rally Championship cars, the WRX STI represented Subaru’s tuning pinnacle, and, despite its differences from what would appear in the Japanese market under the same banner, it quickly became a go-to for anyone seeking to build an all-wheel-drive powerhouse for the street. Over time, however, Subaru began to shift its focus from the tarmac-and-gravel crowd to asphalt in terms of its motorsports aspirations. Although it kept a toe dipped in the RallyCross scene, the most serious versions of the STI began to crop up on starting grids as diverse as…

5 min.
take the money and run

If cars are supposed to be mechanical representations of their owners, then it’s only befitting this Nissan 350Z looks and acts the way it does. Owned, modified, and driven for the better part of the past decade by drift ace Rolando Alfaro, this car is one hell of a piece of work (as is its owner). We recently caught up with the talented driver after Gridlife South to hear all about his recent adventures and the car that has kept him going all these years. To stress just how interesting this cat and his car are, let’s point out that Rolando first learned to drive at the tender age of seven… in a junkyard…in a junker. Since then, he’s owned everything from Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 rocket ships to stealthy Nissan R32…

9 min.
in peak form

Telling someone in the car community you’re building a Honda Civic hatchback is like informing your uncle you like to watch sports and drink beer on the weekend. However, tell them you are building a Civic almost entirely out of carbon, with enough downforce to give a Formula 1 engineer a hard-on, and you’ll likely receive a raised eyebrow. Cody Loveland may have kicked off his racing career in 2012 with a bang, but it wasn’t until the 2017 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb when things really began to steamroll. Codenamed Enviate, Cody’s pushrod-equipped, twin-turbo, LS-powered, carbon-fiber Acura NSX was a juggernaut that year, earning the team a Second Place win in the Unlimited Class. This win was secured after team driver and former Stig, Paul Gerrard, was able to bump-start…