“Not bad meaning bad, but bad meaning GOOD”

A little Flashback Friday action courtesy of DJ Jazzy Jeff who recently treated the Serato crew to an exclusive “Peter Piper” routine at Serato’s home town in Auckland, New Zealand. There are so many things that I can go into in regard to his accuracy and precision when it comes to cutting up these records,…

RedBull DriftShifters

Good luck to my friend Tyler McQuarrie who is competing in the RedBull Driftshifters Event tonight in New Zealand. Check out his driver profile on the Red Bull site where you can also find the LiveFeed if your interested in catching it in real time! I guess you can say I’m a bit biased considering…

Drifting downunder – Kiwi style

With all the excitement of summer approaching, New Zealand’s own D1NZ kicked off recently and I decided to hit the event up to see what all the fuss was about.  After being immersed in the Japanese D1GP for the past few years, it’s cool to see what my home country was doing in regards to…

Limitless | Dale’s FC RX-7 drifter

When I received a text message a few months back describing a ‘tow car, trailer and drift car set-up’ that was in the process of being put together, I definitely had to re-read the message several times.  Was this guy actually going to have a van on Bentley wheels towing a modified trailer on a…

Crash, bash, & smash – Speedway racing

Every country has original forms of motorsport, car tuning, and events and we support them passionately.  USA has Nascar, and Sprintcars, Finland has rallying, Aussie has the V8 Supercars, and New Zealand has stockcar racing.  These machines might look basic although peel back the layers and there is some serious money sunk into these machines.…

D1NZ Grand Final at Hampton Downs

Saturday saw the 2011/2012 D1NZ National Drifting championship come to a close with a nail biting finale at Hampton Downs raceway. With Mad Mike Whiddett in the Redbull/Speedhunters RX-7 MADBUL leading on the scoreboard, Curt Whittaker in his R34 Skyline and three time Drift King Gaz Whiter in the Tectaloy S14 close behind, it was going…

Auckland’s finest: Dayle’s A6

It’s not a common thing to see people pushing the boundaries with their fitment to this level here in New Zealand. Strict regulations against tyre stretch & ride height as well as the cost involved in achieving true hella fitment is usually enough to put most people off. So it’s exciting to come across someone…