I'd like to start by saying that this is a sort of rebuttal to Paddy McGrath's great piece over on Drifted.com. (Seriously, go read it, it's not too long, it's a wonderful read, and has some really pretty pictures.)
We at OMGDrift decided to start up a new online publication...check it out and let us know what you think.
I'm laughing my ass of over here. #shotsfired
If you haven't heard of it by now, the Formula E series will be the first worldwide, all-electric, open-wheel series in the world, and it's happening next year. Between being run by the FIA and opening up 20 top-level seats for the world's best drivers, it's shaping up to be a hell of a first season.
If you want to know why drifting is awesome, just watch this video of a handful of AE86 Corollas running door to door on a tiny Japanese skidpad.
Matt Hillman of EscapeArtistDesign.net created these amazing renderings of what a 2013 F1 car would look like with some of the most iconic liveries of the past.
Let me start by saying that when it was announced that Formula E was actually going to happen, I was ecstatic. This will be the future of open-wheel racing, and the fact that it is already happening is impressive.
If you haven't realized by now, professional drifter and all-around Hoonigan Ryan Tuerck has a web series called Tuerck'd, where he Tuercks things. Yes, Tuerck is a noun and a verb.
Who doesn't like some crazy drifting action in slow-mo?
We all have, at one time or another, wished we could be Michael Schumacher or Sebastian Loeb and drive absolutely bonkers cars at ridiculous speeds. Well, racing simulators are (probably) the closest you're going to get, so listen up.
Some details are coming out about about the possibility of a more powerful 86/FR-S, straight from Toyota themselves.
Are you in the New Jersey area? Do you like tire smoke? Do you like alcohol?