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Formula Drift 2016: Japan

Formula DRIFT Japan Round 2: Ebisu / Formula DRIFT Round 3: World Championship Results; Mad Mike Whiddett Wins Big In Japan! G-Shock presents Formula DRIFT Japan headed to the mountaintops of the famed Ebisu Circuit for the second round of the Formula DRIFT Japan Championship and third round of the Formula DRIFT World Championship. Mike Whiddett takes the victory in a Mazda RX-7. A capacity crowded at the heralded jewel of Japan drifting came to the Ebisu Circuit to witness world-class competition from the top drivers in the sport. “What an amazing event! To be here with the Formula DRIFT…

OC Meet Season Opener 2014: Stony Point, NY

The OC Meet Season Opener, hosted by Clean Culture and The New Era Meet, took place on Saturday, April 19, 2014. More than 1,500 cars arrived by 11:00am and when all was said and done, 2,800+ cars and 4,000 people flooded the Lake Welch Beach grounds in Harriman State Park in Stony Park, NY. Imports, Domestics, Europeans, trucks and bikes were all welcome to join in on the first event of the season. Many enthusiasts from the NY and surrounding areas highly anticipated this event; freezing rain coupled with cold and long winters put a delay on any events from…

Snowball Rally 2017

When you were 10 years old, did you have a poster of a Ferrari on your wall? I did. In fact, it was a picture that also featured a Porsche, a Lamborghini, and a BMW. All four cars were perfectly parked in their custom-built garages, and in the background was a mansion overlooking the ocean. This is a common childhood dream, and for those who can grow up to afford it, a reality - specifically a beautiful supercar kept hidden away in a showroom garage. What about the people who actually drive their exotic cars? There’s an answer: Snowball Rally.…

Consumer Electronics Show 2015: Las Vegas, NV

Text and Photography by Micky Slinger Back to the future The Consumer Electronics Show was a shock to the system. Yes, there were crazy new innovations shown that might make your life easier and sound better, but I’m talking about the sheer enormity of this place. I have been fortunate enough to do both of the biggest trade shows in the world, in one year. After SEMA, I was under the impression that I was the king of the Las Vegas Convention Center. I’m also a huge nerd, so these were my people. I walked into Central Hall thinking, “Let…