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 The article you are about to read may lead to some controversy. We will possibly receive some “fan” mail from people stating that Sport Compact drag racing has no room in a Volkswagen magazine. Sorry crabby guys, we feel that it does for a variety of reasons. First of all, VW racers aren’t reluctant to battle the small domestic and Asian-mobiles anymore, and our duty is to relay their effort to you. Furthermore, the VW competitors have demonstrated their talent, by winning various events and setting numerous records. And let’s finally keep in mind that the Beetle remains the original Sport Compact racer… The EMPI Inch Pincher was one of these pioneers–it ran a 13.84-quartermile time as per an article published in Hot Rod magazine in August 1965–and a bunch of other teams have followed since then.

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The official waiting period closes today on the Maverick’s big-wave surf contest, but it isn’t quite dead yet. Officials have been granted an extension through April 8 by the San Mateo County Harbor District, with hopes of stretching the window through the entire month of April.

Not that the surfers are terribly optimistic. “I have never seen so few 15-foot-plus days in the December-to-March stretch in the 18 years I’ve been surfing Maverick’s,” San Francisco’s Grant Washburn said. “It’s just the worst season I can remember.”… Details

A program which allows teens to legally drag race against Vallejo police officers isn’t expected to worsen the police department’s current woes over worn out cars and equipment. 

Vallejo Police Department officials could not be reached for comment Monday, but the program’s coordinator said there have been no accidents or injuries in “Top the Cops” history. 

“All you’re doing is going from point A to point B,” said Kevin McKinnie, a retired Santa Rosa police officer who started the program more than a dozen years ago.

This year’s season of races kicks off Wednesday at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma…. Details



The New York Surf Film Festival is proud to announce the official 2009 Screening Panel. Comprised of international and local surfers with a wide range of credentials, the panel of editors, filmmakers, artists, shapers and shop owners will judge the NYSFF 2009 Official Selections in the categories of Best Feature Length Film and Best Short Length Film. The “Viewer’s Choice Award” will be voted by the audience during the weekend of the festival… Details