Archive for January, 2010

Also checking in!

Posted in Checking In on 01/31/2010 by Ian

This year should be one to remember. With so many hungry driver’s going for their Formula D license, to the guys who made it last year (Congrats Roland, Nikolay, Ian, and Victor). I’m really looking forward to see how people throw down this year.

I thank Kenneth for making a post on this again. Its really hard for us to even have content to post during the winter, because as you know, in Washington, we only get to drift half the year, unlike California. Luckily, like Kenneth said, everybody has been busy and there are going to be a lot of new cars and cars with new hearts this year.

Let’s make this the best year of drifting this state has ever seen. I’m really looking forward to seeing everybody again, its gonna be rad.

A new year is apon us, and with it brings good things to come

Posted in Checking In on 01/29/2010 by Kenneth

Fist off I’d like to apologize for not updating in a while, there has been a mixture of being to lazy and super busy that has kept me from doing something. Its seem like everyone is keeping very quite with what they have going on with their cars for next season, and I have a few cars that I can’t disclose any information about quite yet. Its killing me because they are some really cool cars, and cool people that own them. It should make Golden Gardens on March 28th something to look forward to because that seems to be where everyone shows off all the hard work they have put in to their cars over these colder months. I should hopefully have some nice changes to show off myself this time around.

For events we have the Drift School that is coming up, no date has been announced but I am suspecting that it will be towards the end of March or the beginning of April. If you are looking into starting drifting I HIGHLY suggest going, there will be a lot of skilled that will be there instructing and from what I have heard, the coordinator of the event is trying to get as close to a 1:1 ratio of student to instructor as possible. This will allow for a much more focused group of instructor and driver and seems to be the best route. For updates make sure to visit