Results tagged with "Missile"
Drift Car Building – Everything You Need To Know
The options can get a little overwhelming when drift car building, so we’re breaking down everything you need to consider into ten simple steps.
M4D July Drift Missile Day!
Drifting is an expensive sport. The cars, parts and consumables quickly rack up the bills. But is there a cheaper way? Chris Shaw reports from Ireland's M4D July Missile Day.
VIDEO: 1 Camera / 1 Drift Day
Ever watched a video and thought, "Man, they must have cameras EVERYWHERE"? Sometimes that's not far from the truth. Filming drifting has become pretty serious business as of late, and even at grassroots events you can find photographers and videographers cruising around with some pretty serious gear. I took this opportunity to buck the trend and shoot 1 Camera / 1 Drift Day. Enjoy!
GRASSROOTS: Cell Block D 20
Agassiz's Speedway is a simple oval, two corners and two straights, but it is small and tight... and notorious for taking out cars. Most often, inexperienced drivers panic and hit the brakes, understeering into the wall. But even pros, who have been drifting the track since 2007 when Cell Block D started have had their share of mishaps here....
GRASSROOTS: Buxton Raceway 27th March
Sunday the 27th of March saw us return to Buxton Raceway in the Derbyshire peaks for the first Drift ONE event in 2011. Drifting in the UK is starting to awake from its winter hibernation and it was a good opportunity to get back into the swing of things and see what the ring of steel had in store.
VIDEO: Wreck ‘Em Winton Drift Matsuri
For those not located in Australia, the Vic Drift crew recently held a Drift Matsuri at Winton. Old schoolers and new schoolers from all over Australia made the effort to come out which saw a massive turn out over the two days! Check out the video....
VIDEO: Drift Posse 101
Even now, every year the pro drifting season ends, the big scary race cars go back in to their little garages; and our country (for the most part) gets blanketed with wonderful white stuff called snow. Every year, just like the year before, the local drift crew dusts off their trusty old 'winter beater' drift cars and waits patiently for the right conditions to get out and practice.
GRASSROOTS: Never-Lift at Birmingham Wheels
Right back in my very first post on Drifted.com I mentioned one of my most memorable moments of the UK drifting scene in its infancy was watching Ken Nomura drift a borrowed car smoking around Birmingham Wheels oval circuit. Its been almost been 5 years since I was at Wheels so I figured I'd go take another look.