Gatebil migrated over the border to the fantastic Mantorp Park in Sweden. DriftMonkey was there to put on a show! Video after the jump…
Reidar Andresen pulling his signature move: The famous backwards entry. No, he did not spin! I give you my word on that.
On the first round of Powerdrift a few weeks ago (better late than never, hey) I took a closer look on this very good looking AE86 standing in the paddock. More on this car after the jump!
You guys asked for it over on our Facebook page so here it is! One massive dirt drop for your desktop consumption!
This film shows the DriftMonkey point of view from the first Gatebil event of the year! Three days packed with driving, drifting, aftertrack and fun…
We kick off the Powerdrift season with Round 1 at Vålerbanen. Just like this video, the track is Short & Sweet with elevation changes, dirt drops and long swooping corners.
Team DriftMonkey and an amazing sunset in Norway? OK then!
Powerdrift Round 1 is underway. Just had a full day of filming and talking to the drivers. Video from the event and a small feature of this little Hachi Roku coming up soon!
The first out of two full weekend Powerdrift License Day’s was held at a very tight and technical track, located in Skien a couple hours southwest of Oslo, Norway. Click through for the video!
Super wide, super aggressive, driven super hard AND running ridiculous wheel fitment. Who says you can’t have everything? We take a look at one of Norway’s most extreme S13s….
The Norwegian Drifting Series, Powerdrift, is back this year. Read on for further information and dates!
After Reidar Andresen snapped a knuckle while practicing at todays Powerdrift License Day, he limped the DriftMonkey 1JZ Onevia back to a half finished part of the track.
Continuing where I left off at Part 1 with this shot of the DriftMonkey 2JZ Silvia S15 sitting in bits, needing a little overhaul after last years bashing by Nomuken and Murata-san!
A sunny Saturday morning, I hitched a ride with a train across Oslo and beyond to check out the DriftMonkey garage and to see how they were getting on with the pre-season preparations of the team cars. Click the jump to read more!
I found myself at the train station (that’s how I roll, no license yet) one nippy Sunday afternoon, trying to find the right train out of the city. The purpose of this ordeal, was to head out to two brothers building up their drift cars ready for this upcoming season.