Well, back to reality…the office on a Monday morning..coming back from The House of Drift, Toyota Speedway, Irwindale, the home of the 2009 Formula D Pro-Ams. It was my first time to witness drifting at this spectacular track, and I got to witness it as 24 of the nation’s top amateur drifters battled it out for their Formula D 2010 professionals licenses. Comradery, drama, wrecks, and awesome driving were all witnessed as each driver drifted with an FD license in mind.
As I write this post, Ameen Rizvi and the 786 Motoring crew are still driving through Arizona with precious cargo aboard. The cargo in question is proof of a Labor of Love put together through the last several years by Ameen. The 1989 Toyota Cressida is undoubtably the sole reason why the road trip exists. The destination is the sunny skies of Irwindale, California, host to this weekend’s Formula D Pro-Am.
Well, it is that time of year again for the nations best pro-amateur drifters to collect at the House of Drift (Toyota/Irwindale Speedway) in California for the Formula D Pro-Am Nationals. Ameen Rizvi will be out there in his balls out Cressida representing Houston this up and coming weekend, so wish him luck! Ill be out there as well to root him on and check out the fresh skill coming from all over the country. Also, notorious Jtuned.com will be having a charity car meet at the Nationals, so there will be plenty of JDM eye candy as well as bad ass drifting! This is going to be soooooooo awesome! Who’s going?
There are car pics, and then there are CAR PICS. This picture, which I grabbed from a Jspek picture thread, is probably one of my favorite pictures of all time. There are so many different interpretations from this, I don’t even know where to begin.
What’s your interpretation?
This video was sent to me this morning via Mikeyyyy, you might have seen his fresh ass S14 here. In an exclusive interview, Taniguchi Nobuteru aka, N.O.B. (No ONE Better), shows off a video that was shot over 10 years ago, before he crawled to his drifting fame. Check out the speed and angles on the Togue in his 86, amazing! Thanks again for the link Mikeyyyy