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Import Face-Off Fontana 2019

By |January 31st, 2019|

Short and sweet, but good times nonetheless. We came and witness some early birds that have been lined up at the gate. The Car show was massive, and the amount of people attending was huge. But in true Motolyric Fashion we came back to the IFO Series for the Racing. The Drag Racing that is, since we only did 1 IFO event last year, we really missed out on a lot of racing. But 2019 shows some good dates for us to make it to more of them. It was good running into people we know, but always good seeing different cars and setups. Especially ones we haven’t seen in awhile. Regardless we shot away and stayed for a bit. -Rommel Estrada #dragracingforever

2 Month Hiatus

By |September 2nd, 2018|

It’s been 2 months since the last time we posted anything up in our main site. Due to certain events falling out of our reach and doing more in terms of our Online Store, we have kinda shifted our focus more on our Apparel lately. The Online Store motolyric.bigcartel.com has been seeing a lot of traffic and sales with our merchandise, and with more collaborations recently along with new collaborations coming, it has been extremely busy. With that I have also personally delve back into the Off-Road Scene lately which has kinda given me a lot to work with. But not to worry, because Motolyric is not going anywhere, and we will still be covering key Racing Events in Time Attack, Drag Racing, and other events in relations. For the remainder of the year, I plan to cover and document the Last 2 GTA Events, especially Global Time Attack Super Lap Battle, Formula Drift Irwindale, SEMA or Import vs Domestic World Cup Finals is still a debate. But I will finish off the Motorsports Season in 2018 in Vegas with Import Face-Off. […]

Import Face-Off Famoso 2018

By |March 9th, 2018|

Legendary in it’s own right, nothing is as exciting for me to start the racing season with some good ol Drag Racing. The import kind of Import Face-Off, that has been bringing back the Import Drag Racing a place to race, and a spot in the Motorsports World. Sure it’s not as big as the Imports vs. Domestics at the end of year or March Meet that falls after, but Cliff of IFO and the partners like Mike from the Foat, and Nick of Ososik have been making IFO a legendary series for some time now. With over 40 plus events a year around the USA, they have been giving racers a place to go down the quarter mile for the past 16 years and have succeeded as now the #1 Import Drag Racing Series in the US!  […]

Import Face-Off comes back to Famoso – Feb. 26, 2017

By |March 17th, 2017|

Before 2017 started, we decided to really focus on promoting and working with past event holders that have helped us along the way. For the past 4 years we’ve been actively posting our photos from Import Face-Off exclusively on thefoat.com which not only showcases Motolyric’s photos, but many other photographers and media around the World.

If you are into Import Drag Racing, but find interests in other types of racing, check out thefoat.com for all types of content. But even better, let’s say you are interested in putting an event together for your meet, or a race at a track. How do you reach an audience? How do sell tickets? […]

Famoso Returns – Import Face-Off Bakersfield, Sep. 2016

By |October 5th, 2016|

With Import Drag Racing finding it’s way to the top, there is still one racing series that is 100% consistent and known to have some of the best cars racing, and competing for that time slip. That series is Import Face-Off, and with sponsored partner M&H Tires backing the series there is no reason for you or anyone out there to not check out what IFO is doing for all the racers. Bringing a place to race, show and sell. IFO has over 45 races all over the country for 2016, and with 11 more left including the 2 that are coming to Fontana, and Las Vegas in December. It is heaven to the Local Street Cred guy, or the seasonal show goer. […]

The OG’s are back. Import Face-Off Fontana 2016

By |March 15th, 2016|

Call it fate or whatever, but some things never die. Thank God for the internet, the industry has gained even more momentum from the posts and comments that only social media brings. What started out as a statement sparked a new place. My long-time friend and race rival Paul Vikornvongvanich had a drive to create a group on Facebook to bring back the ones who started the Import Drag Racing scene. […]