OUTSIDERS JAPAN MOVIE BY DRIFTWORKS. HD Drifting Documentary DVD
After 10 years of being a part of the drift scene, Phil Morrison and James
Robinson from Driftworks finally took a tour of Japan, accompanied by film
maker Al Clark, and guided by Mitto Steele.
The goal was to see where drifting originated. To find out why it has
advanced so much, and why the drivers will often risk everything to do it.
Full Boxset available from www.driftworks.com
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Tanner Foust Street Drift: Mulholland - GT Channel
Repost: But we we thought some of you may have not seen it yet & it's such
an awesome video. http://gtchannel.com for more videos. Tanner Foust
drifts his Rockstar Energy Drink Scion TC Drift Car on a legendary stretch
of Mulholland Highway known as "The Snake". Watch Tanner unleash his 600hp
NASCAR V8 powered Scion drift car on this famed road. There were no
rehearsals and most of the film is of Tanner's first run on a clean stretch
of road. And, yes, the road was closed. WARNING: The following video was
performed by a professional driver on a closed course. Do not attempt what
you are about to see.
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Stunts EPIC motorcycle and dirt bike compilation - part 3
Part 3 of this epic compilation of motorcycle, scooter, and dirt bike
crashes or fails.
From Dual sport, motards, scooters, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and
Honda racing bikes or crotch rockets.
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Watch dirt bike stunts, crazy stunts, bike tricks, and motorcycle wheelies.
Motorcycle stunt riding, sometimes referred to as simply stuntriding, is a
motorcycle sport characterized by stunts involving acrobatic maneuvering of
the motorcycle and sometimes the rider. Common maneuvers in stunt riding
include wheelies, stoppies, and burnouts. Sport bikes have become a common
vehicle for stunts.
A wheelie on a motorized vehicle is nothing new. In drag racing they are
considered a problem, robbing power that could be used to accelerate the
vehicle faster, and many classes
of drag racing use wheelie bars to prevent them.
But those are for vehicles specifically built for drag racing, which rarely
are street-legal, or unmodified from stock. In contrast, since at least the
1970s, some motorcycles straight from the showroom floor were able to be
In the late 1980s and continuing today, motorcycles, and especially
sportbikes, have become lighter and more powerful, and have therefore
become easier to wheelie. Other stunts have also become possible if not
easy with the advancement of motorcycle technology.
Stunters are a controversial subculture of motorcycling. Stunters perform
motorcycle stunts on sportbikes, both on public roads and in private
venues. Some stunters even have organized commercial teams.
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1000 HP Truck Drift
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DC SHOES: KEN BLOCK GYMKHANA TWO THE INFOMERCIAL
Riding on the success of the first Gymkhana Practice video that grabbed the
attention of over 20 million viewers worldwide, the Gymkhana TWO video
takes infomercials to the next level. Unlike other infomercials, this one
sells the products with great action, cinematography, and a dramatic
driving performance—and, no stereotypical cheesy informercial pitchman!
Produced specifically to market Blocks first-ever Rally TeamWorks
Collection, the new video is filled with great driving stunts, surprises,
explosions, and a guest appearance from DC team rider, Rob Dyrdek. Filmed
at the Port of Los Angeles, expect non-stop motor sport eye-candy as Block
hits the all-new course in a custom tuned, high performance, and brand-new
Subaru Impreza WRX STI. Visit dcshoes.com/gymkhanatwo for more photos and
info on the high-performance video and Blocks complete Teamworks
For more information check us out at http://www.dcshoes.com
THE VAUGHN GITTIN JR IN CAR EXPERIENCE
Ever wonder what it would be like to ride along with Vaughn Gittin JR in
his 2010 Falken Tire Mustang, during Formula D practice?
Or better yet... what would it be like to drive his car in a tandem battle
against Darren McNamara, at Road Atlanta?
With this Speedhunters extended remix of the JR Need for Speed Driver's
Experience film we've dumped the cinematic art montages and have gone for a
pure visceral experience.
It's the opposite effect to the kind of video we've made for the past year
or so; an Anti-Art style which puts you, the viewer, inside Vaughn's Mustang...
Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2
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The sequel to the Icon original video: Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle -
Nick 'Apex' Brocha is back and this time he brought his Empire teammate,
Ernie Vigil. The two are mounted on a pair of crackling Triumph Speed
Triples - built by Roaring Toyz for the sole purpose of going sideways.
Over the last year their quest to find the ultimate drifting playground has
led them to the rolling hills of High Plains County. Low traffic, perfect
asphalt and endless twisties have kept them busy resurfacing roads with
their rear tires for weeks. The only problem is the local authorities have
had enough. Enter Police Officer Dan Brockett, the only man with the muscle
to keep these two in sight. His 550 horsepower Ford Mustang Cobra was built for speed and
he's got a license to use it...
*NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS FILM
Icon Apparel (Nick Apex & Ernie Vigil)
Helmets: Icon Variant Helmet
Jackets: Icon Overlord Prime Jacket
Gloves: Icon Justice Touchscreen Glove, Icon Overlord Short Glove
Pants: Icon Overlord Prime Pant
Boots: Icon Reign Waterproof Boot
Icon Apparel (Dan Brockett)
Icon Alliance Helmet
Gloves: Icon Justice Touchscreen Glove
Boots: Icon 1000 Elsinore Boot
Canon 5D MKII, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8, 16-35f2.8
Panasonic AF100, 7-14 f3.5, 45-200 f4-5.6, 14-140 f4-5.6
Panasonic GH1 (hacked)
RC Car: Traxxas Slash VXL Ultimate + 11.1v 5000mah LiPo
"She Don't Know" by: Five Horse Johnson
Courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store
"Odella" by: Five Horse Johnson
Courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store
Original Music by: Lehtmojoe
performances by: Cory Graves, Mark Moncrieff, and Jonathon Pounds
SloMo - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nk3IqKKjL0&feature=youtu.be
Officer Dan - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNvBLB-mEuU&feature=youtu.be
Dan Brockett would like to thank his sponsors:
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Lethal Performance - Vaughn Gittin, Jr. drifts our new 2012 Boss 302 Mustang
We headed out to Palm Beach International Raceway here in West Palm Beach,
FL to meet up with Steve Turner of 5.0 Magazine at Round 3 of the Formula
Drift series. While we were there, we decided to hand the keys to our new
2012 Boss 302 Mustang over
to 2010 Formula Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin, Jr. We've only had the car
for 1 week and are just shy of the 1000-mile mark, so what better way to
break it in than to have the powerhouse drifter take it around the course a
Lethal Performance sends a HUGE thank you to Steve Turner of 5.0 Magazine,
Susan Pollack of Palm Beach International Raceway, Satcher Motor Company,
Monster Energy drinks and, of course, Vaughn Gittin, Jr.
When we purchased our Boss a lot of our fans wanted to see something out of
the car other than 1/4 mile runs. Although we're going to have to take the
car down the track I was definitely open for a change. Some mentioned the
road course and a few mentioned drifting.
Well this afternoon we broke our car in the way it should be done. We
headed up to Palm Beach International Raceway in Palm Beach Gardens FL to
meet up with 5.0 Mustang &
Super Ford Magazine editor Steve Turner. He was there covering the Formula
Drift event that's going to take place at the track this weekend. Not only
was he there to cover the event but he was also there for a photoshoot with
none other than 2010 Formula Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin, Jr.
Funny thing is that on the way up there I noticed a black Ford Fusion
behind us in my rear view mirror. The guy driving was wearing a Monster
Energy hat. It crossed my mind that it was Vaughn but I didn't think any
further of it. As we're on the Bee Line Hwy not far from the track the
Fusion passes us and Christy says to me that she thought that it was Vaughn
that just passed us. So I pulled up aside them and sure enough it was him
and his fiance Abigail on the way to the track. They looked over and gave
the thumbs up to us in the Boss and we did the same to them. We get to the
track and make our way to the pits. We finally get to the area where
Vaughn's trailer and car was and parked the Boss. Within a minute of us
getting out Vaughn came over to us, introduced himself and we hit it off
right away. Abigail came over too and we all stared chatting. Steve Turner
then shows up and we all start talking cars and having a great time.
Rewind a bit...Before going up there I had this crazy idea that I ran by
Steve which was to see if we could get Vaughn to take our Boss for a drift.
Being that I've never met Vaughn before and the fact they were just setting
up for the event I had no idea if something like that was even possible. So
I called our good friend Susan Pollack who's the director of communications
at PBIR and asked her if she could arrange for us to use a section of the
track. She said as long as Vaughn was cool with it why not.
So as we're standing there chatting I asked Vaughn if he wanted to thrash
on our new Boss for a few. Without hesitation he said sure. He asked me
what we wanted him to do with it and I told him to drive it like it was
his. He replied with something to the effect of " You sure you want me to
do that" and laughed.
It's on!! He goes and grabs his helmet and asks me if I want to ride with
him. Without him needing to twist my arm I said yes and he grabbed another
helmet for me. Now I'm in the Boss with Vaughn driving and we're following
Susan, Christy and Steve in their car around the road course to the area of
the track that she cleared for us.
At this point I've got a shit eating grin from ear to ear. I couldn't
believe this was happening. We take off and enter the turn at 60mph and
we're drifting. The tires are spinning, smoke is everywhere and the G's are
pulling me. He's feathering the throttle to keep the car aligned as it
swings around the turn. I'm on another planet at this point. The grin is
still there. Turn around and head back to the turn. This time at 80mph..
Same thing. Smoke, sliding, tire spinning and we're having a blast. All the
time Vaughn was super cool and I felt like I was hanging with one of my
good friends. He made it seem so easy. After my ride was done he took
Christy for a spin as well and she was even more excited then me as she's a
HUGE fan of his.
We wrap the drifting up and head back to the pits. Vaughn has to get to a
drivers meeting so we said our good bye's and made plans to see each other
at the event this weekend.
All I can say is WOW!!! What an amazing afternoon. The Boss handled and
performed great. Vaughn Gittin Jr. is an awesome dude and I'm so stoked
that I not only for to meet him but drift with him in my own car. For this
I am thankful. Major thanks to Vaughn Gittin Jr. his fiance Abigail, Steve
Turner of 5.0 Mustang &
Super Fords Magazine, Palm Beach International Raceway, Susan Pollack,
Christy High for being such an awesome and enthusiastic employee and Ford
for blessing us with the Boss!!