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National Speed Quickies: Rocket Car, Lambocop, Tiger Woods Needs a Ride

It’s boring to read the news, that’s why National Speed is cutting out all the fat and giving you only the stuff that matters. No politics, sports, or world events — unless its automotive related. We understand that you’re busy people and don’t want to read boring introductory paragraphs (irony!) so let’s cut to the […]

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For Your Eyes Only: Nissan 370Z Spy Pics Surface

That’s right boys and girls, impromptu spy pictures of the new Nissan 370Z have surfaced and boy is it a sweet looking ride. Other than a recent appearance in the trailer for EA games latest iteration of the Need For Speed franchise, the 370Z has been pretty camera shy. Not anymore. Thanks to the fine […]

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National Speed Quickies: Killer Burnout, Lamborghini Unveils Estoque Concept, Chrysler Electric Boogaloos

It’s boring to read the news, that’s why National Speed is cutting out all the fat and giving you only the stuff that matters. No politics, sports, or world events — unless its automotive related. We understand that you’re busy people and don’t want to read boring introductory paragraphs (irony!) so let’s cut to the […]

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National Speed Quickies: 2010 Mustang, 125 rwhp Golf Cart, and New Lambo Concept

It’s boring to read the news, that’s why National Speed is cutting out all the fat and giving you only the stuff that matters. No politics, sports, or world events — unless its automotive related. We understand that you’re busy people and don’t want to read boring introductory paragraphs (irony!) so let’s cut to the […]

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National Speed News: Greddy Bankrupt, Turbonetics no longer selling turbo kits, Women Love High Performance, and more!

Here’s the news that’s breaking so fast we drove our news van into the wall just to get it to you. According to recent financial reports, Greddy, one of the biggest names in performance parts recently announced they’re declaring bankruptcy. Autoblog reports that this is due to a steady decline in the Japanese performance parts […]

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