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X-Games Behind the Scenes

This past weekend the annual X-Games went down in Los Angeles. Here’s a quick behind the scenes look at the rally pits before the competition and the NOS Energy Drink afterparty. Formula D drivers Tanner Foust (2 Gold medals), Samuel Hubinette (Bronze in Super Rally), Andrew Comrie-Picard (bronze in rally), and Stephan Verdier (semi-finals in super rally) did a great job Saturday against the rest of the field of competitors including Kenny Brack, Dave Mirra, Ken Block, and Travis Pastrana.


The Rockstar Ford Fiestas took 1st and 2nd place in the Super Rally


Tanner’s Fiesta looks like a spaceship. Too bad these things don’t come in all-wheel drive turbo engines here in the US.


Inside the cockpit with Tanner. This was his expression after I asked him what all those buttons do.


ACP’s Mitsubishi EVO


Pastrana’s Subaru has some problems this weekend, but he did great overall at the X-Games on 2-wheels.

NOS Energy Drinks threw an afterparty for special guests hosted by sponsored driver Andrew Comrie-Picard. The venue was perfect with a skyline view of the Downtown Los Angeles. Food was served and drinks poured while guests were able to dance the night away (I filmed a few classic dance highlights that will be uploaded on my YouTube page soon).


View from the Terrace


1st X-Games and 1st medal for Sam


Perks of winning


Just another night in LA


Glad I took the S90 out for nights like this

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