The early days of drifting revolved heavily around people taking their daily drivers and driving them as hard as possible, progressively modifying them as they went until their cars resembled hardcore competition track toys that remained road legal. While this is still commonplace in the grassroots scene in both the UK and Japan, top level drift competitions are now filled with (and have been for some years now) purpose-built, track-only tools used only to do one job.
Dan’s PS13 parked up in the spectator area at Birmingham Wheels during the UK Drift Grand Slam Event.
Stu Lawson’s FC3S parked up in the Driftland pits at Finalboss Matsuri. It might not be the highest specced FC in the country but it’s the only one I know of that’s fitted with Lambo doors and Zebra print door card trim (which therefore makes it the best).
While leaving Teesside Autodrome today having been to Round 3 of the BDC I spotted this pretty awesome C32 Laurel parked up outside.
I finally added a new sticker to the store today – I did the original illustration myself by hand before Vincent from T-Works Automotive stepped in and computerised the whole thing.
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