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First let me apologize, the title is mis-leading. Bob Ross had probably never heard of drifting. Second, if you don’t know who Bob Ross is, look it up. However, I will be darned if the backdrop in some of these photos could not double as a landscape in one of his paintings. I have been to a few drift venues but never one that looked so little like a track. You could say that everyone reveled in the Joys of Drifting that day. ( Again, see Bob Ross Reference)
Canada’s premier drift series, DMCC, launched its 2011 season in the west this past weekend. DMCC has been growing in leaps and bounds, while providing a venue for Canadian drivers to cut their teeth at a professional level. In fact, a few Formula D drivers got their start in DMCC. Sunday showed just how consistent the Canadian talent has become, every year the drivers of this series push the boundaries of your expectations. Round 1 in Calgary was no exception as we saw the return of a few familiar faces.
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So as the year is coming to an end I find myself thinking of what I did throughout the year. Making trips to both Saskatoon and Calgary for drift events were definitely the highlights of my summer, but a lot of little meets and photo shoots can’t be forgotten. This past summer was by far the busiest I have ever been in the automotive world. Now that I have gotten the taste of what there actually is for a car community in the Regina area, I am going to make sure I attend as many events and provide as much coverage for the readers as my wallet can handle.
I might as well start off part 1 of the 2 part article with photos from this past summer.
Speedtech’s Invitational at Autoclearing Motor Speedway in Saskatoon:
I managed to grab some footage from DMCC Round 4. However, I did not bring the camera out on Sunday for fear of water damage. Anyway, since Jordan did such a good job of showing up for Pro Am, I let him pick the song. Dub Step is all the rage, so let’s try to cash in.
In all seriousness thanks to everyone for making DMCC Round 4 possible. And a huge thanks to all the drivers for giving me something to film.