Check out Noah Nelson’s latest update! We have been a fan of Noah’s RX7 for some time now and really digging the new look of his FD. Definitely one of our favorite up and coming drivers and cars in grassroots drifting.
Our friends at Offbeat Garage show you how to make rough looking SSR’s look better/worse by gluing 1,720 rhinestones to them.
We had the pleasure of displaying Janet’s AE86 in our tent at Formula Drift Long Beach. This Hachi Roku was rebuilt from the ground up and is probably one of the best examples of a restored AE86 we have ever seen. Thanks for watching! Store: http://whatmonstersdo.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/whatmonstersdo
Formula Drift Media Day is a day where teams show their new livery, cars, drivers, etc. It’s also a great time to catch up with the drivers before all the round 1 madness begins. Glad we made it out! The 2018 Formula Drift season is looking pretty good!! Here are most of the cars and
Made a quick stop in Houston to check out Shinku Classic’s supercharged 4AGE hachi roku! Shinku Classic’s is a classic Japanese car dealership in Houston, Texas. They import and re-sale cars from Japan – everything from NSX to Toyota Crowns, 180SX S13, to GTR’s. Watch the video and listen to the sweet sounds of this
Formula Drift Irwindale is back from the dead! As excited as I was to attend the Vegas event, I’m happy to hear the Formula Drift team could work something out for Irwindale. According to FD, they signed a 3 year deal with the track so no more suspense at the end of each season for
So this drift matsuri trip I convinced a ton of Texas friends to take the Japan plunge with me and travel across the world to my favorite track, Ebisu Circuit. This made the trip super special. We have the normal crew like Adam LZ, Chelsea Denofa, and all the rest, but we also have the
Alexi puts out some of the best drift and race content from Japan. I always look forward to watching his videos – they are both entertaining and informative. His Twitch channel is also entertaining and pretty funny at times. In this particular episode, Alexi shows us a bunch of Hachi Roku Ae86′ at a Hachi
What’s up guys, here are a bunch of pics from D-Sport’s Tuner Challenge event at Mobara Twin Circuit in Chiba Japan. I don’t really have a storyline other than it was really fun and the people were awesome. Thanks to the D-Sport team, we were able to go on ride alongs with a few D1
If you’ve followed us since day one, you know we love AE86’s (Hachi-Roku in Japanese Hachi=8 Roku=6). The Hachi Roku 86 gear was one of the first designs we created when deciding to carry merch. I feel the AE86 really embodies the spirit of drifting. Of course, the popularity of Initial D helped frame this