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Nate Hamilton Turbo Charged for 2015

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Nate Hamilton Turbo Charged for 2015

During the offseason, Nate's car was shipped to Enjuku Racing to go through a full rebuild. 144 Motorsports was very excited to have Enjuku take on their build. Bub and Ant are the faces behind the build. The plan was for a 900whp 408 LSX along with a full suspension revamp throughout the whole car. The 144 team headed out to Florida a few weeks ago as the car neared completion and was ready for tuning and testing. READ MORE

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Stoneback’s Formula Drift S14 Ready For Livery

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Stoneback’s Formula Drift S14 Ready For Livery

As 2014 Formula Drift rookie of the year Geoff Stoneback makes the long haul to Long Beach for round 1, we thought to give you a quick preview of his 2015 look before it goes in for a fresh new livery. Right off the bat, you can see the new Enkei Tenjin Tuning Series Wheels. Looking fresh man. As far as under the hood, Stoneback will be running the same LS7 7.2 set up as last season. Looking forward to seeing what livery Geoff and the guys at D-Magic put together. See you in Long Beach. Photos after the jump!  Geoff Stoneback 2015 Sponsors:...

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Jim's Rocket Bunny Mazda RX7FD

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Jim's Rocket Bunny Mazda RX7FD

We had the honor of working with Jim Phan this past SEMA. His Rocket Bunny RX7 FD was featured in the Enkei Wheels SEMA booth running on Enkei's new collar wheel with Rocket Bunny - the 6666wheel. The RX7 was a hit in the Enkei booth and was featured on almost all the major import social media pages including Super Street. The car was built by the good guys at AutoRND in the San Fransisco are. These guys are pros and did an amazing job. This special order wheel is a collaboration project between Miura and Enkei Japan. It is...

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I Will Break You - Formula Drift The Gauntlet

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I Will Break You - Formula Drift The Gauntlet

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. Things got off to a great start for Chris Forsberg who qualified in first place...

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Into the Pits of Formula Drift Miami

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Into the Pits of Formula Drift Miami

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. Full article after the jump! 

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