While I wholeheartedly agree with Lohnes’ statement that “fast is cool”, I feel like testing it out in the only way I know how: by walking straight up to a wasp nest with a baseball bat. Raise your hands if you are an actual fan of Honda performance. For the most part, that statement would be met with snickering and “VTEC kicked in” jokes. I’m guilty, I’ve done the same for years. I’m one of those guys that doesn’t believe a Honda product can be fast until I actually see it in motion, and I can honestly say that for street cars, I’ve seen four legitimately fast Honda products that were not Acura NSXs. This is the latest: a 1990s Acura Integra known as “Gringotegra” that is running 35psi of boost via turbocharging and a redline in five-digit RPM territory. Don’t believe me? Look at the picture: that is a 600hp Corvette that little Acura is taking to school. The goal of Myles, Gringotegra’s owner, is simple: to be the fastest 1/2 mile and 1500ft front-wheel-driver, period. And judging from these runs at the Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack in Colorado Springs, if he hasn’t met his goals, he’s getting damn close. That is a damn impressive kill list.