Posts Tagged ‘Race City’
A snap from 2010 of Devin Horsley hitting the Race City bank in his SR20 powered Corolla. Devin and his corolla had a bit of bad luck at the end of last years season. Luckily he came out of it okay, walls aren’t always so forgiving. In classic Horsley style, I am sure he will be back at it and everything will be up and running in no time. We can’t wait to see Devin’s huge fakes and lock to lock drifting in the 2012 season!
As always, it is a pretty awesome sight seeing cars tear apart a track while sliding sideways. I can easily say it’s my favorite thing to take pictures of! Holding down your shutter for a series of shots only fractions of a second apart, you pan with a car and hope every shot comes out crisp and clear. Easier said then done though, only a fraction of the shots you take turn out the way you want them to. Who wants to see a blurry picture? No one does.
Race City, Calgary. Round 2 in my DMCC books couldn’t have turned out any better. Freakishly hot days – unlike last years round 3. It was a nice change, although sunburn and de-hydration were 2 things to look out for. I had a blast snapping some pictures of some pretty cool cars.
I had a chance to check out the Road Course Night organized by Spec-D, held at Race City in Calgary Alberta. This event features both drifting and lapping on the 3km road course, If you are interested in future dates or events please visit Spec-D.ca. Here are just a few photos to give you an idea of what went on that evening.
Here are just a few pictures from July 8th’s Slideways Fridays Event at Race City. For those of you who don’t know, Slideways Fridays is a drift demo put on by the guys from StatusOne, Drift Squad, and Drift Farm. It features drivers from the Pro And Pro-AM DMCC class as well as invited guests. The demo is held every second Friday at Race City in Calgary. If your looking for more information on future dates, all of the teams mentioned above can be found on Facebook.
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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Good Monday Morning. Today I tell you about Formula 1, Ford and XDC.