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Formula Drift Round 4 2013: Wall, NJ

Formula D ripped into the Wall, NJ 1/8 mile oval course for the fourth stop on their 2013 10th anniversary tour. Although the speeds at wall are the slowest of the entire circuit, the transition off of the 30-degree banking makes the track one of the most technical to drive. This year’s configuration was changed up slightly, eliminating the crossover through the middle that was often bumpy. Qualifying yielded several familiar names at the top including a Falken 1-2 sweep with top qualifier Justin Pawlak in his Falken Tire Ford Mustang and Darren McNamara close behind in his Falken Tire…

Dub Show Tour 2013: Chicago, IL

Best of Show 1st Place: 6’ Trophy $1,000 Ernesto Silva - XplizitBest of Show 2nd Place: 5’ Trophy $500 Paul Tolson – Team ESTBest of Show 3rd Place: 4’ Trophy $250 Anthony Shockwave – Shockwave Best Lowrider of Show (6’ Trophy & $1,000): Reynaldo Rodriguez – Rollerz Only Best Bike of Show (6’ Trophy & $500): Chuck Conrick – Ace 1 TIre Best Dressed on Nitto Tires: Trophy Jay Vana - ShockaveBest Sound System: Trophy Jose Diaz Best Sport-Compact Sound System: Trophy Paul Tolson – Team ESTBest Club 1st Place (Must have team decal): 5’ Trophy $500 Xplizit Best Club…

Formula Drift Round 4 2010: Monroe, WA

Formula DRIFT entered Evergreen Speedway for Round 4: Throwdown in Monroe, Washington. Tanner Foust takes the victory and moves into second place overall in the Pro Championship standings, while taking the lead in the chase for the Tires.com Triple Crown. Evergreen Speedway hosted Round 4: Throwdown to a packed stadium. Fans gathered to watch the exciting competition under the clear skies and warm sun. Attendance increased from past seasons proving the growth and popularity of the sport in the Pacific Northwest is as strong as ever. FREE Trial Issue “The drifting fans in the Pacific Northwest prove to be some…

Pioneer DJ Art Mix

The Old Union Bank in downtown Los Angeles played house to the annual Pioneer DJ Art Mix event this passed October. Against the backdrop of the Los Angeles Art Walk, which draws 10 to 15 thousand people annually, custom-designed art pieces using Pioneer's CDJ-2000nexus multi player as the canvas were auctioned off to support the VH1 Save The Music Foundation. All proceeds went toward improving music education and programs in public schools across the U.S. Bids started at only $500, and considering the Pioneer CDJ-2000nexus Professional Multi Player retails for more than two-grand, many brought in much more than a…