We know we’re a little late to the party but here’s our coverage of Final Bout: Special Stage West. Shout out to our homie and photographer that shot this, Jason Wong. I don’t think that any words cannot describe how awesome this event was, so I let Jason’s pictures do
Here’s a series of shots during the RWB Ramune build taken by our in house graphics and photographer, Michael Javier. The focus of the shoot was to capture the different phases of Nakai during a build. It goes beyond cutting a Porsche up, riveting flares on, and adding wide wheels.
Back in 2009 I discovered the Fatlace blog and I remember being drawn to its grass roots automotive content. I remember when my friends and I would crowd around a computer to check out the latest Hellaflush article like young boys opening up their dad’s nudie mag for the first time. Every new
For the last 15 years the S14 is considered to be one of the most modified FR platforms. Drift or grip, the car cemented its nameplate in the tuning scene with its countless aftermarket support. With the rise of fitment enthusiasts in the last 5 years, it has also been a solid choice due
Rumor has it that Stephen Brooks was in town for the Long Beach event recently. Today that rumor was confirmed when he dropped this gem on his Youtube channel and facebook page. It’s rare now a days that I get excited about a drift edit, but when the name associated
We live in an age where drifting edits are a dime a dozen, so it isn’t easy to stand out in the crowd among your peers, but there are a few people who remain on the forefront of shooting in a way that others can’t seem to capture. One person
Matt Powers, one of the most outspoken (or gangster) drifters out there has done it again. Watch the Fatlace team drifter’s 360 video here. Dang. Instagram: @kevcarlos Fatlace | Manila Fitted
Formula Drift Long Beach is the season opener and from my point of view, the hardest one for drivers to start off with. If you’re a rookie in Formula Drift, nothing can prepare you for the speed the walls come at you in that first corner. For the next few
Before every show we have in Japan I try to soak up the scenery and take a few steps back and appreciate everything around us. The morning before the event, Hunter and I walked around the parking lot of the hotel and he named all the cars in the lot.
“Will I see a highly modified Silvia?” Was one of my first few questions when I arrived in Thailand last March for the Flush Style Anniversary. As a big Kouki fan since it first rolled out back in 97, I still can’t hide my feelings whenever I see one in