Drift Camp in PA

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Drift Camp in PA

Postby madmaverick » Wed Apr 21, 2010 2:13 am

Saturday April 24th.

Is anybody going? Ill be there instructing and grilling lots of meat.

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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby M20_fever » Wed Apr 21, 2010 3:12 am

wish I was closer.
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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby pr0craztinazn » Mon Apr 26, 2010 3:00 pm

This has to be one of the few good events in PA, but without a running E30, I have no reason to go.
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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby madmaverick » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:10 pm

pr0craztinazn wrote:This has to be one of the few good events in PA, but without a running E30, I have no reason to go.


The event was awesome! You should have come to hang out.

Spectators got a great view and the track surface was real easy on tires. Most cars went all day on a single pair of tires, even the really high powered guys and there was a TON of seat time to be had. We did some testing in the S15 and worked out a few kinks. I finally got the chance to drift a right hand drive car. Nick from EliteJDM was kind enough to let me slide the 1JZ powered Mark II Chaser they brought out and I ripped a RHD converted S13 a few times. Very strange for the first few runs, but it didn't take long to get accustomed to it. We did some more wall scrapes in the skank, but not enough to retire it. At the end of the day, it was so low on gas that it was cutting out at the clip, then coming back at the last second to make the turn. There were a ton of beginners that couldn't do a donut when they rolled in, but were linking the course by the end of the day. Anyway, on to pics:

The drift train:
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Back from the dead:
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Drift Brigade's 2010 DMCC/Formula D cars:
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Some other sweet cars:
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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby Yoshi » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:25 pm

I wanna play on a parking lot :(
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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby madmaverick » Mon Apr 26, 2010 10:17 pm

Yoshi wrote:I wanna play on a parking lot :(


We had that course set up in the main lot, and a giant skid pad in the back for newbies. It was pretty awesome for a parking lot event. I wanna get back in that Chaser BAD. All that 1JZ power went to my head!
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Re: Drift Camp in PA

Postby madmaverick » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:41 am

Wrecked Magazine coverage:

http://www.wreckedmagazine.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=162

Forget to bring your basting brush to the drift event? Not a problem!

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I think I should stick to grilling at events, I get more exposure that way. lol

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