Formula Drift Round 5 2012: Monroe, WA

Formula Drift’s fifth stop on the circuit threw down in Monroe, WA just outside of Seattle to a sold-out crowd of 10,000 fans. Friday’s qualifying session narrowed down the field to 32 drivers, with several fan favorites not making the cut including Tyler McQuarrie in the Mobil 1 GoPro Camaro and Kyle Mohan in the Nexen Tire Mazdatrix RX8. Topping all qualifiers was Vaughn Gittin Jr with a score of 91, followed closely by Justin Pawlak, Toshiki Yoshioka, Pat Mordaunt, and Chris Forsberg. Amazingly, 20 drivers earned a score in the 80’s, showing that the field is as competitive as…

Formula Drift Round 4 2016: Wall, NJ

Formula DRIFT Round 4: The Gauntlet Results; Vaughn Gittin Takes the Win and the Pro Championship Lead! Formula DRIFT presented by BlackVue returned to New Jersey for Round 4: The Gauntlet. Vaughn Gittin in the Monster Energy / Nitto Tire Ford Mustang RTR takes the victory and takes the lead in the Pro Championship standings. Round 4: The Gauntlet returned to Wall Speedway for the eleventh time as the season hits the mid-way point. Fans witnessed a highly competitive round of competition. The event had over 400,000 views on the Livestream! “Before heading into this event the top ten drivers…

RPM Events: Irvine

RPM Events has followed through on their promises of top level events for 2010. As the originators of HIN, these guys know how to throw a party and this was a great spot. The venue was the old fairgrounds in Irvine, CA, which has all of the features of an amusement park. Some came for the rides, some came for the show cars but I came for Melissa Riso (uh, that sounds wrong). The RPM spokesmodel was at the show signing autographs and taking pictures along with all kinds of her hot friends...check out the snaps! FREE Trial Issue Want…

SPOCOM 2013: Anaheim, CA

The show of all shows, SPOCOM, took over the Anaheim Convention Center for the seventh annual event. In orderly fashion, the vendors set up and the show cars rolled in as a line of enthusiasts formed outside the ticket office anxiously waiting to see the modified beauties parked inside. When entering the show, instantly, it felt like the atmosphere of SEMA. The set up was organized and the quality of cars began at the front entrance before spilling inside. To the right, the Toyo Tires big rig, with the sponsored Smart Car, rocked a set of neon green wheels lifted…