This year we teamed up with WTCC to present a Slammed Society Showcase at Sonoma Raceway for their 2nd ever event here in the US. Despite the high temperatures, the sold out show was full of the top notch cars expected at Slammed Society Showcase. Here are some of the
Monroe’s Slammed Society Showcase just keeps getting better and better with each year going by. This year’s sold out show had a healthy amount of slammed rides never seen before at our previous shows. What’s the NorthWest without some Subarus? You VAG fans out there should be able to spot
This year marks the second time Formula D has held Round 3 at Palm Beach Florida and just like last year, we were back again with our Slammed Society Showcase. The weather may not have been very cooperative, but that didn’t hinder the amount of clean rides entered this year.
A new year, a new season of Formula D, and another round of Slammed Society Showcase begins. With more entries this year than ever, there was a lot to cover, so let’s go ahead and get started with the winners of Long Beach’s Showcase. For VIP, the winners were this
Better late than never! Here are our winners from the Slammed Society Showcase at Formula D Irwindale. VIP Time Attack Slammed Society Muscle/Classic Drift
A friend and well known individual in the Fitment community Marcus Cooke put together a G35 Sedan Showcase at Venice Beach this morning. I only live a few miles down the road so I drove over early to get some snaps of the clean G’s coming through. The Sedan community
The wrongfitmentcrew meet turned full blown car show took place today in Murrieta, CA. Thanks to VIP Tint we had a sweet location this year. The sun was blazing hot but people rolled through all day to check out some of the best fitted rides in the Southwest.
Finishing off back down in SoCal at the famous Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, aka the House of Drift. Registration is now open for the last Slammed Society Showcase of the year. Sign up for it after the jump.
I attended my first drift event over 8 years ago during the height of the tuner car show scene, when Ken Miyoshi and the guys at Mainstream Productions put together “Drift Showoff.” Back then the drifting was very grassroots still and the show cars were the main attraction. Times have