If you know us, you know we love the classic Z’s! Came across David’s Z on Instagram last and thought “that looks like the Z in that MGMT music video“. Well, that’s because it was. This Fairlady has also been featured in a few places including Super Street Magazine. David was kind enough to send over a few photos of his 1974 Datsun. Photographs by Elizabeth Johnson. Check it out and make sure to follow David (@GONESTRA) and Elizabeth (@EELYNJ) on IG .
Ken Block is back with Gymkhana 7 in the streets of LA!
Great little video of a couple of guys drifting in a parking lot! Animal Style! KDF always releasing some entertaining drift videos!
Via http://thekanjozoku.com. Full video premiers 7/14/2014.
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 everywhere, broken bumpers, wings, etc. Even the media guys and some fans don’t leave un harmed (sun burn). This years Formula Drift round 4 at Wall Speedway was no exception. [click to continue…]
Formula Drift Miami. My title for Round 3 was crew for Nate Hamilton. My duties involved changing tires, mechanical work on the car, and working on pit lane ensuring that the car was ready to run. Due to the track layout, pit lane only offered a view of cars launching from grid, initiating drift, and quickly disappearing from view around the first corner. This means I would be seeing minimal drifting this weekend. Although this doesn’t sound ideal, I have learned that grid is an exciting world of its own that not many get insight into. Words by Max Fuerst Photos by Corey Denomy
Formula Drift Atlanta has always held the reputation of being a high energy event. Not only did Round 2 fulfill this stigma, it went beyond these expectations in every way. The fans, weather, and driving were all absolutely insane.