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.
UK postage is free and international postage is available. You can grab yours here.
With arguably the most anticipated grassroots event in the UK coming up this weekend (Finalboss Matsuri at Driftland) there are a lot of guys out there rushing to get their cars finished in time. Dan’s PS13 received its finishing touch last week in the form of some proper ’01 style vinyl, designed by Vincent from T-Works Automotive and applied by Sam from Wrapstarz Pro.
And in case you’re wondering: yes, all of the lettering on the driver’s side is reversed. Would you expect anything less?
After fitting some VIP-tastic curtains to the back of my new daily driver (more info in a future post) on Sunday morning I headed down the road to Birmingham Wheels to catch a few hours of the Skid Risk practice day that was taking place. Aside from the usual array of BMWs that made up the field, BDC driver Marc Huxley and Dan Joyce of Lambo-Door-PS13 fame had also showed up to get some practice in.
Since the introduction of DriftCup last year the series has snowballed in popularity, with Round 1 of this year’s championship selling out almost instantly. With so many drivers keen to compete, many of them spent the winter months bringing their street/practice cars up to spec with some serious additions. As a result, there’s now an array of very cool, street styled cars sporting serious cages and engine setups, fresh for 2015: Dan Joyce’s PS13 is one of them.
Firstly, apologies for the lack of thorough blog posts recently. I’ve been determined to get more seat time as of late which means most of my free time is spent spannering, while all of my time at the track is taken up by either driving or fixing the car. Moving cities recently also hasn’t helped but, so long as you’ll forgive the inclusion of photos taken on a phone as opposed to ones taken solely a proper camera (as well as the odd one or two from other photographers), I’d like to try and rejuvenate the blog a bit.