Night-Import: Photography by Rich McKee
One of the most rapidly advancing sports in the automotive scene, or maybe in general, is drifting. It's not all about what car you drive or the competitiveness each one holds, but the love, enjoyment, and adrenaline rushing through your veins through sliding and speeding. More and more young adults are participating and learning about drifting and one of those events in the UK that are opened to such age groups is Blyton Drift Day.
As mentioned by our supporters Fast-N-Modded, "Drifting is more about the go than the show", which is why you'll see many of the cars today enjoying the moment of drifting in the mud, cement, puddles, etc. Forget about the cleanliness of the cars. It comes down to how well you take those sharp corners and completing the given route.
Participants getting ready to drift like crazy!
The S13 is all cleaned and shined, but how will it look it once it's on the track?
Zip tie those cracks and enjoy drifting.
We've seen this S14 on couple of coverages done by Rich.
S13 repping StanceWorks.
Hachi Roku on board.
Time to tear it up!
I remember the day when I was in a S14 during a drifting event. If you haven't been in a drifting car while drifting, go out to a drifting event and ask if you can be a passenger. You'll see what I mean by 'enjoyment' and 'adrenaline rushing through your veins'.
This is what I like to see. It's not all about who wins or takes the lead, but just having fun.
One thumbs up!
Four thumbs up!
I would take it even if it was sold as 'dirt status'.
Ending the coverage with this beautiful shot.
As always, thanks to Rich McKee for bringing us an awesome coverage from the UK.
Make sure to check out rest of the photos on Rich's Flickr.