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A Day at Laguna Seca with Lexus Performance Driving School

A Day at Laguna Seca with Lexus Performance Driving School
When I received an invitation from Lexus to take a road trip down the Northern California coast to watch the 2019 U.S. Open, the golf geek in me was truly excited. But then came the icing on the cake – about halfway through the trip, I was going to spend a day at Laguna Seca – one of the nation’s greatest racing circuits; and I’d get to learn the course in Lexus’ most powerful and impressive performance cars, the GS F, the LC 500, and the RC F Track Edition.
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$60 million Porsche Experience Center LA Opens

$60 million Porsche Experience Center LA Opens
Not much more than a year after it opened its Atlanta location, Porsche has opened its second Experience Center in the US, located just outside of Los Angeles in Carson, CA. While the East Coast location is the HQ for Porsche Cars North America, the new facility will serve as HQ for Porsche Motorsport North America.
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Incredible Classics and Race Cars Head to The Quail 2016

Incredible Classics and Race Cars Head to The Quail 2016
Each August, a very special car event is held in California known as Monterey Car Week. During that week, a number of smaller events are held, including a very special gathering known as “The Quail.” The Quail has some awesome examples of racing and racing inspired cars worth millions that will be on display this year.
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Sleepbus Might be the Comfiest Way to Go from San Francisco to LA

Sleepbus Might be the Comfiest Way to Go from San Francisco to LA
We all know that Texas is a huge state, we measure driving distances in hours not miles in these parts. California might not be as wide as Texas, but the state offers travelers some serious mileage down the Pacific coast.
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CARB wants 100% of New Cars to Have Zero Emissions by 2030

CARB wants 100% of New Cars to Have Zero Emissions by 2030
Car guys and gals that live in California know if they want to modify their vehicles, the parts need to be CARB approved. CARB is pushing hard for zero-emission vehicles to be the majority the vehicles on the road by 2025.
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