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The Return of Nike ACG

When the Nike ACG teaser video hit the Interwebz I was like cool, ACG is back. But when Errolson Hugh reposted the same video with nothing more than vague hints …

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Peace, love and holiday blessings to you and yours! MerryXO,...

Designing Hope For Chicago

After my recent trip to Chicago over the summer, I...

The Return of Nike ACG

When the Nike ACG teaser video hit the Interwebz I...

ON FATLACE TV

Fishbone.

Another RWB Porsche 993 is born. Some may say these...

The H2Oi Experience

As most of us are starting to freeze on the...

Creating Timeless Performance

Hypebeast produces this Porsche X Acronym retrospective leveraging the new...

UPCOMING EVENTS

Category Archives: Drifting

#IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER Live At Long Beach

A new season of drifting and a new opportunity for a Speedhunter feature live at the event with Speedhunter’s #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER. Just like...

Fatlace now teaming up with Matt Powers

The 2013 Formula D season is soon approaching and this year we’ve added a new driver to our Fatlace team. Introducing Matt...

GT5 Dori: Just Like A New Game

Ever since I started playing GT5 again (after a two year break) it’s pretty much like a new game. It came with...

FATSLT : The 180 that doesn’t care what you think

It’s early Saturday morning, and I am en-route to the shoot location and following my good buddy Hayden Gibbons 180SX on a...

Hellaflush Approved: Lance Harano’s Toyota AE86

To kick of my Hellaflush Approved posts, I have the pleasure feature Lance Harano’s Toyota AE86 gracing Hawaii’s roads on SSR XR-4s....

FTLC Motorsports: Word Up! 2.16.13 & Recap

    Two weeks ago, Word Up 2013 commenced its first drifting event for the year which means drifting season is officially...

FTLC Motorsports: Word Up! 2013

  After a quiet year, Word Up is back for 2013 to give you back those monthly drifting sessions! This time we’ll...

Straya Day Drift Festival

For our friends outside of Australia, we Aussies have a habit of truncating words, hence ‘good day’ became ‘G’day’, ‘how are you...