Drifting isn’t just about driving sideways. In fact, for me, it’s the last part of the equation. It’s about the style and the culture. The cars, the wheels, the graphics, the team name… I could go on. But you get the idea. I love drifting. It has that intoxicating mixture of high revving engines, burning rubber and depending where you are doing it enough risk to provide a suitable adrenaline hit. And of course, I also love it cause im a massive show-off.
There is so much inspiration to be had from those cars. You can definitely notice that people who own those cars get their inspiration from the most random things. And I’m not talking about carbon fiber body D1 and Formula Drift supercars, but the real street cars come-at-midnight mountain racers. They don’t compromise the coolness of a drift car. I hear a lot of people say i cant run my car that low, i need handling. Well drift cars are low and they do handle. They handle flat-out on narrow mountain roads millimeters from disaster.
I love how people are raising the bar, so to speak, in wheel fitment and overall stance of their cars. And this is what this blog is about. Sick wheel fitment, cool cars and more cool cars. It will not be all JDM, It will not be all Euro, nor domestic. There will be a little bit of everything.