Posts Tagged ‘alberta’
As seen previously Driven surely delivered outstanding material. We can now change our focus towards some of the more powerful import models. I decided to set them aside and sort them out ranging from drifting machines, VIP to time attack. They were all dispersed throughout the building but now have come together in one place for this post.
A week ago the Calgarian city of Alberta kicked off the summer car scene for a second time with Driven, its biggest car show in two years. After being absent last year due to roof renovations, it came back this year with astonishing street and track platforms. Some of which are frequently seen on the roads while others are babied to only see sunny days and dry smooth roads.
While in Calgary for DMCC West Round 3, we were able to swing by the illmotion show and shine. The weather was hot and the cars were hotter. I am not one to waste your time with a lot of words. This is going to be more of gallery of shots from the meet, so there are lots of pictures. Enjoy!
When some of us think of Edmonton, our thoughts immediately go to its giant mall, its zoo, or the hip shopping district that is Whyte Ave. But car enthusiasts know there’s something equally exciting just around the bend: Spec D. Usually Spec D events are left to Tony K., but since I happened to be in the neighborhood, I decided to join him for a drift practice at Castrol Raceway.
After a long boring winter, the sky opened up and melted away the snow. The First Spec-d practice event was held on the 5th of May at Castrol raceway. Yours truly was there to capture some of the sights! Now if a picture is worth a thousand words, then consider this post a thesis on drifting.