Words by Justin Banner / Photos by David Karey When it comes to tracks on the Formula Drift schedule, there are none better than Road Atlanta. Automotive action happens the entire time you’re there from nearly sun up to sun down, and well into the night. It’s why fans always look forward to it and
It looks like the guys at Lone Star Drift Round 2 had another carnage filled event in Mineral Wells! Aaron gives you a rundown of the event in this drifting packed video.
It was a cold ass day at Mobara Twin Circuit… but a lot of fun. We took a bus ride to Mobara Circuit with our friends from D-Sport Magazine to check out a bunch of drift cars! We did some ride alongs with a few D1 drivers which was amazing. Like I said, it was
Time attack and drifting are the only words some of us need to hear to charge our batteries, jump in our cars, and speed off to the track. It’s not every day that two of our favorite forms of motorsports combine forces in the same location for one day, but that’s exactly what Turbo By
Our good friends Aaron of Lone Star Drift and Adel of Offbeat Garage spent a couple of weeks in Japan where they hung out at multiple tracks, including Ebisu Speedway! They drove GTR’s and drifted with Ferraris! We know, 5 hours is a lot, but make sure to check out at least couple of hours.
Oh damn, our friend Micah Diaz is featured on OMGDRIFT! Make sure to click HERE to see a bunch of cool pics and read about Micah and his V8 BMW! We love that big ass WMD logo on the side of this thing, thanks for representing!
Here’s a quick 2hr video 😉 from our friends at Lone Star Drift! They documented their trip to Japan and their time spent at Ebisu Circuit which happens to be owned by D1 / one of the pioneers of drifting, Nobushige Kumakubo of Team Orange! Enjoy the awesome drifting!
They call it the Gauntlet for a reason. It’s a track where real automotive combat goes down. Cars break, wreck, catch fire, and only the strong survive. By the time the event is wrapped up, the track looks like a mini war zone / junk yard. Parts are everywhere. The rails are bent, tire pieces