GaelenbyPublished on 08-28-2014 03:50 PM
The last round of Pro-Am is always a special event as it falls on the same weekend as the Evergreen State Fair. This means not only thousands of people at the speedway but also means an amazing assortment of food and activities to go along with the drifting on track.
The difference this year was running a 3/8ths layout for the final round that allowed the grassroots caged drivers to get a taste of pro-am, and it put forth some fantastic battles!
We also had a new voice on the mic for the first time which was none other than Pro-Am driver Ben Whyte!
Right out of the gate we had Tony had a coilover break and ended up parked out on track! This man has had some terrible luck keeping ...byPublished on 08-22-2014 10:56 AMCategories:
I got an email a few weeks ago about helping out as a corner worker at Mission Raceway for the BC Historic Races that were getting closer.
The weekend was set to be perfect with nice sunny weather and some mid levelled temperatures. Alan McColl was one of a few drivers running dual duty for this weekend for multiple classes of racing.
The time attack class put on a show to say the least, the front running pack was a multitude of ...byPublished on 08-14-2014 08:45 AM
Importfest has been coming to Vancouver on and off since 2001 and has been one of the longest standing car shows in the city. This year it was held at Rocky Mountaineer Station which is one of my least favourite venues due highly to the very limited parking for the spectators.
They still manage to bring out lots of locals to show off their works of art like Brian's STI ...byPublished on 08-06-2014 08:13 AM
2014 marks the 7th year for me at Formula Drift Seattle and the event never disappoints! This year saw some changes with the Pro2 series making it's debut and some rule changes going back to best of 2 run qualifying.
Darren McNamara took top spot in Qualifying in his twin turbo LS powered S14! Easily one of my favourite cars in the series and Darren pilots it like it's his second skin.
During Practice our home town hero, Rob Primo, pushed a little too hard and caught ...