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Formula Drift Round 5 2014: Monroe, WA

Written by John Pangilinan | Photos by David Karey, Linhbergh Formula DRIFT Round 5: Throwdown Results; Darren McNamara Takes the Victory Formula DRIFT returned to Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, WA for Round 5: Throwdown. Darren McNamara in the Falken Tire Nissan S14 takes his first victory of the season. Round 5: Throwdown held at Evergreen Speedway showcased intense competition throughout the weekend. The weather held up for the capacity crowd as they were entertained by the action on track, the open paddock and Offset Kings car show. The competition has tightened up with only two events remaining this season,? says…

JapFest 2015: Heemstede, Netherlands

On Sunday, May 10th, auto enthusiasts enjoyed the display and competition of Japanese vehicles at the annual JapFest in Heemstede, Netherlands. Thousands of fans, near and far, came to the Circuit of Zandvoort to attend the event. During the day, there were several demonstrations: drift , car limbo (sponsored by, Show and Shine (sponsored by Meguiar's), Time Attack Championship (sponsored by Toyo Tires; 2nd round) and drag races when the Time Attack was on hold. All attendees of JapFest got to see their favorite drivers and cars with access to the paddocks, and shopped (or window shopped) at vendor…

Toyotafest 2012: Long Beach, California

ToyotaFest was hosted by T.O.R.C. Photos by Jofel Tolosa…

DMCC Round 8 2013: Saint-Pie, QC

DMCC Round 8 was hosted at Sanair in Saint-Pie, Quebec on September 14-15, 2013. The 8th and final round of the 2013 DMCC season was held over the weekend at the Sanair race track that is just south of Montreal. With the Pro AM season wrapped up after rd7 the top Pro Am drivers of the season were invited to RD8 to compete with the pro drivers. What made it even more interesting is that even tho there were more drivers then usual the event was a Top 16 competition which meant the drivers would really have to push in…