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Where I live, there seems to be two ways to approach drifting. The first (and probably the most common) is: see drifting, build drift car, then try and drift it. The second (and less common) is: see drifting, start drifting and build car as you progress. This Silvia has taken the road less traveled.
Well it has been a few weeks since you have heard from me. Record snowfall here in Regina, SK has led to record amounts of work for myself since making it back home from Las Vegas at the beginning of November. So, first of all, I would like to thank Ryan for stepping up to the plate last Monday and giving everyone something to read. That being said, let’s get this show on the road…..
It is a big year for Drifting in non-fiction film. Yesterday, we saw the second trailer from the KDF crew and today the Outsiders have released their second trailer. The Documentary of an outsiders perspective into the Japanese drift scene is now available for purchase.
Weds Bazereia are today’s wheels, the only issue is that they have been sitting out in the rain. I am going to go with the same theme as last week and chances are pretty good that you missed that. Allow me to bring you up to speed, the scene is Driven to Perform in Vancouver, British Columbia during the month of July.
This week is all about going back to the roots of what Wacky Wheel Wednesday. Lately it has evolved into more of feature segment but at the heart of it should always be wheels. Here are some wheels that require no explanation, which is great because I don’t have one.
We don’t usually post about our trips back. In the blog world we just magically show up at home with no indication of how we got there. The reason for this is simple, we are usually too grumpy to discuss the trip home and most of the time people just want to get home. Well this time it is a bit different, we will share our misery with you.
Snow has fallen here on the Canadian Prairies and like every year the first snowfall equals mayhem on the streets. This was proven to myself yesterday when a Chevy pickup truck with mud-terrain tires slid into the back of my trusty 1998 Honda Odyssey. M/T’s may work well in mud and even in fluffy snow, but when you put them on ice they are like hockey pucks. Now I get to go through insurance hell and what will inevitably lead to the loss of my trusty 4-door minivan-like vehicle. Enough about me, let’s do the Rundown…….