A goal for Mayday Garage this year is to be more active than we were last year and what better way to show that by attending Round 1 of FormulaD’s 10th year anniversary held on the streets of Long Beach, CA. It is also my first time back in California since the last FormulaD event. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, click HERE.
It was a close battle between these two, but Matt Powers took home 1st place. He’ll definitely be pumped up and ready for FD Rd.2 Road Atlanta.
Once a former grassroots drifter from Texas, Chelsea Denofa, prepares for the FormulaD season.
If you can control a car in the snow, you’re pretty badass.
It’s Midnite and I have to be at work early tomorrow to finish leftover work from yesterday, but I’m still here at a local teahouse writing up this post. I’m surrounded by a couple to my right learning general chemistry, two hot Asian-russian girls behind me playing on their laptops, and to my left is a guy working on some sort of badass graphic design in photoshop. I should probably pack up and head home to sleep, but before I do that, I’m going to post a bunch of random photos from Round 1 of the Lone Star Drift Series held almost 2 weeks ago.
Built on Pizza delivery money, this build is boss…oh so boss.
Formula Drift pro driver Ryan Tuerck in offseason. Film by Andrew Laputka.
The month of December is an overall festive time of year that brings friends and families together for joyous celebrations. Specifically, for the East Coast grassroots drift community, it’s time for the annual 100 Drifters of December event hosted by Summit Point Motorsports Park and Drift Nirvana. This two-day “Slide Festival” draws in over a 100+ homegrown and semi-pro drifters. They travel from several surrounding states to this awesome track located in small town West Virginia. For drivers, spectators, tailgaters,and photographers alike, a good time to be had by all!
Respect your Elders.