Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Cant get over this coupe

I have been obsessing over this car for a few months now, ever time i see some pics i get goose bumps. But I could only find a few action shots. Well Merry Christmas to me b/c i found a whole stack of action pics today... Yippee!
It just screams awesome

It makes me so happy to see a car so well executed, and actually driven hard. So many people these days are stuck on just hella flush hard parking... F THAT!

Sits so low, blows my mind. I'd love to find a build thread on it and see his suspension set up.

From the pics looks like he rips pretty good too. Maybe some videos will surface. I do believe i posted one of his reverse entry videos a while back, tho.
-Proper

Happy Holidays !

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

2010 Best Street Drift Car awards - Speed Hunters

Few Internet Heros are in there ofcourse... click the title and go vote






Balls Out!

Saturday, December 18, 2010

He fits


Honestly, i think people forget how backwoods this kid is. This might be his true calling, lol.

GL Pastrana!

Friday, December 17, 2010

whippin work

C's Garage in Japan

Update on the car and life and stuff

I forgot i actually use to post my car up and stuff, then and smashed it and it sat. Come a long way...i even got to slide it.





Kinda nice being on the other side of the lens, but i do greatly miss shooting. I haven't done much lately as my editing station is dead. Hopefully get it back on its feet and back to shooting soon. Tho i've been considering trying to upgrade equipment now that im out of school. But only time will tell......

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Evil

def cruz the streets bumpin this

Mitto Steele


This car is pretty rad, driver is pretty rad.... and it sounds rad as fuck

Evil Shark eye


Is it bad that my entire want for Kouki s14 is based off having a missing headlight for air tunnel? Idk when this obsession started, but i dont think it will ever end.... win win win

This what i fear most....

Sweet

Monday, December 13, 2010

Dope tandem is dope ....

Portman vs Alba

Walker Brothers killing it!

We have all watched young Abbitt's film work evolve over the past 2 years, and through that we have also watched his brother evolve as a driver. Both very gifted, and pretty rad dudes... enjoy!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Swedish House Mafia - One (Your Name) feat Pharrell (lyrics in description)

WTF Dopeness!

Coupe Day















Interesting


9.1
TIRE SIZE REGULATION
Cars are limited to the size of the rear tire that can be used, depending on the weight
of the vehicle. There are 7 weight classes, each spanning 200 lbs. A car must be
track-ready, and running when it is weighed and registered to a weight class. A car will
be weighed without the driver, and once the car is registered to a weight class, it will
be recorded, and issued a class-specific sticker that must be displayed prominently on
the windshield. A car’s weight may fluctuate within the limits of it’s weight class, but it
can never weigh less than the minimum weight for its’ registered class. Tire sizes are
AS MEASURED in mm, across the span of the contact patch. Tires will be measured
on the rim, while on the car, while the car is on the ground. Tire size must not exceed
the maximum size dictated by class at any time on track. Tire size will be measured
and verified on track before the start of every tandem round. A Formula D official may
also check tire size at any time during the event.

Weight and Tire Classes-
2000-2199lbs up to 215mm tire width
2200-2399lbs up to 235mm tire width
2400-2599lbs up to 255mm tire width
2600-2799lbs up to 275mm tire width
2800-2999lbs up to 295mm tire width
3000-3199lbs up to 315mm tire width
3200-3399lbs up to 335mm tire width


Weight Compliance
All cars must be weighed in a ready to drive state. Formula Drift will include this weighing at a mandatory pre-event inspection before the first event. Cars will be weighed WITHOUT driver, complete with all required bodywork and safety equipment installed. Cars may only be weighed and registered upon passing their annual safety and technical inspection.
A car can only be weighed and registered before the official start of a Formula Drift event. Cars may be weighed before any event, only during the regular technical inspection hours provided. The vehicle may not change weight classes at any time during an event. It is required of each competitor to inform the Formula Drift Technical Manager in writing of any modification(s) to their vehicle that alters the weight of the vehicle by more than 10 lbs. Formula Drift will be impounding all podium finishers immediately after end of competition and they will be checked for weight and tire size compliance. There will also be random compliance checks at any time during the Formula Drift events, at Formula Drift's discretion. Formula Drift reserves the right to weigh cars at any time before, during or after an event.