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Time Attack Down Under – World Time Attack Challenge 2016

By |November 4th, 2016|

If you’re reading this, you’re probably at SEMA or WCF and I was suppose to go to both of those. But without getting you lost in other stories, I stayed behind to finish this feature, and gallery before the big Global Time Attack x Super Lap Battle coming on November 10-11th. As a huge enthusiast and supporter of Time Attack, I have always wanted to go to the “World Time Attack Challenge” in Australia. For years watching and reading up on the stories, the cars, drivers and the experience magnified me to make it happen. Well, I finally did it in 2016, and it was a tough decision since I also wanted to do those other events I mentioned, and some major ones, like the Formula 1 USGP Race, or the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2017. But being on a budget and trying to do some of these events can be hard, and since Time Attack has taken my heart for the longest, I knew I had to go to WTAC at least once. First and foremost the Australian people along with the New Zealanders I met and made friends with during this trip are some of the coolest people I have ever met. Truly friendly and talked about cars and racing during breaks was never ending.  […]

All Fun – Global Time Attack PRO AM RD-3 2016

By |September 14th, 2016|

I mean, that’s what it’s all about right. Having fun and doing what you love. In this case, it’s the Time Attack genre that we have learned to love and live with through the last 5 years we’ve been covering Global Time Attack. A place to race, a way to make friends, and most of all try to break some records for the sake of the sport.

For the final round of GTA Pro-Am, the place was Big Willow at Willow Springs International Raceway. Hosting over 30 plus cars, the weather was holding up and teaming up again with So-Cal’s local Speed District, the event was again another great one. […]

Pirelli World Challenge Streets of Long Beach 2015

By |May 22nd, 2015|

PWC – Pork With Cheese, actually as you know it’s the Pirelli World Challenge. This year was unexpected and with high hopes of seeing the Real Time Racing Acuras Podium, it wasn’t their weekend or anybody’s for that matter. A majority of people confuse these Race Cars with the IMSA or TUDOR Championship cars that happened to be there that same awesome weekend in Long Beach. But a totally different set of rules, classes and though the cars do resemble similarities just think of these fine Race Machines a little more classed. With 7 different classes, it was the GT, GTA and GT Cup Cars that traded paint on the Streets of Long Beach that weekend. […]

What Formula DRIFT has done for me by Rommel Estrada

By |October 30th, 2014|

It’s midnight on the 29th of October literally 20 days since attending the World Famous Formula DRIFT Final aka the “Final Fight” burning the midnight oil is what they call it, but to be honest all the days in between I’ve been working at and about five different events, finishing this website’s final touches, and just about everything you can think of. October has been the busiest month by far for me this year, and we are days away from SEMA […]

Drifting is here to stay. Formula D in my eyes by Michael Verceles

By |October 15th, 2014|

It is amazing to think that this whole thing was started with a simple sideways slide of a car. The sideways sliding technique created by Kunimitsu Takahashi as he raced the circuits in Japan. This technique later adopted by Keiichi Tsuchiya, who adapted it to his own style of racing and practiced it on the mountain roads of Japan. The rest as they say, is history. […]

Featured Contributor: Jordan Adkins

By |September 19th, 2013|

In a Fast Paced world of everything and anything we want now and here with results, the Photography Industry has become a huge network of so many people popping out of the woodwork. With Social Media common in all areas it is almost impossible not to get noticed or in some cases followed if you have the Talent or Skill to provide something unique. Now I haven’t been in the game that long to say that for sure but for as long as I’ve been shooting and capturing stories, I’ve seen many photographers come and go, but regardless and in my eyes all are talented in their own way. […]