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First State Drift: The Season Opener

Preparation - something done to get ready for an event or undertaking. Following the success of the first sanctioned drift event, both for the FSD crew and for the state of Delaware, I, and a lot of people, were eager to attend the next one. Despite my poor preparation skills, I arrived at the track, located in north Dover, around 9am. It was one of the smoothest run mornings I’ve seen for a drifting organization. Driver registration and admittance, technical inspections, and the driver’s meeting were all tightly controlled and relatively on time – which, honestly, rarely happens. Keep in mind … Continue Reading ››

The First State’s First Drift Event

To those of us who call drifting a passion, we know that there is something familiar about the hours before a drift event. It’s a feeling that we know all too well. The last-minute push to get your car ready and load everything. Floor jack, tire pressure gauge, tires; everything. Most importantly, making sure your car is actually in the right condition to pass the track’s technical inspection (tighten your lug nuts!). Once you’re over the feeling of rushing to get yourself and the car ready, excitement overcomes you from then on. All that’s left is to get to the … Continue Reading ››