With the Formula Drift 2013 season around the corner, more and more drivers are relasing their new cars and in this case, their new looks! Check out more photos of Matt Powers Fatlace Nitto S14 HERE. Photo by Linhbergh.
The Formula Drift Champioship season begins April 12-13 in Long Beach, California. Make sure to be there to witness the action – or if you can’t – follow us on Instagram and Facebook for live updates! – Alex
The Lone Star Drift 2013 season got on it’s way in Houston, Texas at Greyhound Park a couple of weeks ago. Lone Star Drift is a grassroots drift event where drivers compete to earn a Formula Drift license but it’s also a great place to learn about drifting and just have a great time. This was our second consecutive year attending the event and we notice a substantial growth in attendance. It makes us happy to see such a great grassroots turn out. Make sure to follow Lone Star Drift and attend if you can! A bit thank you to both Fabricated Motorsports and Non Stop Tuning for having us out! Photo gallery after the jump. – Alex
Nowadays I meet quite a bit of my car friends through social media and without it I don’t know how I would find all these cars to shoot. I’m glad that Fred found me through Flickr because without social media I probably wouldn’t have met him and have had the opportunity to shoot his Evo VIII along with his friend Ken’s Evo IX! More photos after the Jump. -Cullen
As you can tell by some of our recent posts, the Formula Drift season is around the corner! The track layout for round 1 is a real test for drivers and usually sets the tone for the remainder of the season. If you can make it out, do so1 You won’t regret it. For now, check out this FD Promo Video for Round 1 in Long Beach (April 12-13th).
Tony Angelo just sent these photos over of his in progress Formula Drift Scion FRS. I’ve seen rendering of the final look so cant wait to see it finished and ripping at Long Beach next month! Tony will be running Hankook tires and has a few other surprises which will be announced when the car is completed! A couple of more photos after the jump. – Alex
We are pleased to announce our latest addition to our online store, the “It Started in Japan” Drift tshirt. With Drifting originating in the streets of Japan, we wanted to make a t-shirt showing tribute and respect for the origins of the Japanese motorsport. Click more to see a couple of other pics or head to our store to snag one.
Made my second stop at Nate Hamilton’s shop and as you can see, the engine made it in and was being worked on during my visit. Nate is using a LS7/LS3 built by LG Motorsport – a bigger motor than what he ran last year. It’s basically a LS7 head with a LS3 block. LG Motorsport will tune the car as well. This year, Nate picked up Holley as a sponsor so will be using Holley throttle body, fuel rails, etc. More photos after the jump.
This lovely 1977 Datsun 280z belongs to my roommate Ben Cort. He picked this rig up a year or so ago after tiring of his 05 WRX wagon. These cars aren’t too easy to come by these days so when this one popped up on Craigslist he jumped on it. The previous owner had pulled the head off and apart for unknown reasons. The plan was initially just to get the motor back together and tidy a few things up here and there. However like many car projects do, things escalated rather quickly. Ben is only just getting started to! More on Ben’s 280z after the jump. Photo’s by me, Jake Wolf Miller.
If you follow us on Facebook, you know we always show love to the Hachi-Roku (Japanese for Eight-Six). Dave, in Hawaii, had a chance to stop by this Classic Toyota meet and was able to snap several AE86′s. I love these cars so much, I’m always wearing my Hachi-Roku crewneck – even though I don’t even own an AE86! Don’t judge me. More photos after the jump. Feel free to share the photos on your Facebook, Instagram, etc. Photos by Dave Coulter. – Alex
Had a chance to catch up with Formula Drift rookie Nate Hamilton at his shop just outside of Dallas, Texas. Nate will begin his rookie season of Formula Drift this April in Long Beach. We’ve been following him around for a couple of years so definitely looking forward to his first run at the pro level. He’s building a brand new S13 similar to the one he ran last year in which he earned his Formula D pro license. Last year’s S13 will be used for demos, local stuff and perhaps some international events. More photos after the jump.