Great weather and a sweet lineup of clean cars combined with a group of fun people to bring the second event of our 2019 Cars & Coffee schedule to life.
Here are some factors from the third round of the 2019 schedule that every fan—including myself—might take for granted in the current era of Formula DRIFT.
The trials and tribulations faced by the Stinger Motorsport team at this year’s King of the Hammers event would have crippled a lesser team. They persevered, and ultimately completed the challenge.
Best known for building his one-off Hilux drift machine, Nigel Petrie has given this Japanese import a complete transformation in the search for grip.
Despite poor weather rearing its ugly head twice, the 2019 Ultimate Callout Challenge proved to be the best one yet, with crazy carnage, impressive performances, and the world’s baddest diesel trucks!
After nearly two decades of brainwashing bystanders into admiring the Stuttgart moniker, here’s why it’s one of the world’s best Porsche events!
Rick DeVito’s Falcon Ranchero has had many lives; from winning awards at World of Wheels to racing in Limited Drag Radial, the sweet lines and clean execution of this twin-turbo Ford-powered machine stand out above the crowd.
The popular Toyota SUV may be capable out of the box, but every vehicle can use a little enhancement, right? We go above and beyond on this one.