Round two of the Australian Drift Grand Prix kicked off last weekend here in Melbourne. Arriving at 8am Saturday morning at Calder Park Raceway, the stage was already set for one of the biggest things in Australian drifting!
Earlier this month Melbourne played host to the inaugural Forum Battle. In true Melbourne syle, all our interstate guests and competitors were welcomed by some of our finest weather (sorry about that!).
Supreme Caravans, Drift attack 2011 from grip shift slide on Vimeo. A montage of some of the killer action that happened on the day!
Arriving at Calder Park at 8am Saturday morning I was greeted by Ender’s stunning Nissan S13, it made it all worth while after fighting off the torrential rain to get there.
Day two, round 1 of the Australian Drifting GP. This was the view i was greeted with 8am Sunday morning, not a single straight panel as far as the eye could see…
Looking down the pit lane at round one of the Australian Drifting Grand Prix, with only 32 of the best drivers from Melbourne and the rest Australia left in the competition. Sunday was going to be fierce.
Australias best drifters lined up for the first round in a new national drift series. Calder park thunderdome was the place to be.
Ken Block made it all the way down to Melbourne today to shred some tyres and scare some business execs. From up in the seats it was hard to tell just how fast he was going… but up close it …
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