DriftSTL concluded its 2013 season last Saturday with the final Brolex event of the year at Gateway Motorsports Complex. Around 25 drivers from the Midwest turned out to attack Gateway’s beloved road course one last time before packing it up for the winter months and focusing on next year’s plans. More after the jump!Read More
Andrew Lewis finished the 2013 Midwest Drift Union season in third place, securing a Formula D license to compete in the series next year. Much as we did with Geoff Stoneback and Mike Skudlarek, we’re taking a look back on the road that got Lewis to this point. More after the jump!Read More
Geoff Stoneback might have won the 2013 Midwest Drift Union Pro-am series, but he wasn’t the only one to receive a license to compete in Formula Drift. Michigan native Mike Skudlarek also secured an FD license for 2013, but this isn’t his first rodeo going to the big leagues. We’re taking a look back on Skudlarek’s 2013 season where he finished the overall runner-up. More after the jump!Read More
Street Life Tour once again served as the final round of the Midwest Drift Union pro-am championship season, featuring lots of smoke, some big crashes, and the crowning of a new series champ. More after the jump!
Welcome to the first of many Northwest grassroots driver features! Let’s get started by introducing you to James Wiklund.
Earlier this year, the city of Detroit filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in the history of the Land of the Free. Motown owes, according to Forbes, between $18-20 billion. Much of the blame for Detroit’s financial downfall can and has been placed on the auto industry, with many arguing the insurgence of small Japanese cars during the 1970s oil crisis greatly contributed to the financial troubles the domestic automakers (among a myriad of other factors), particularly General Motors, experienced. But with the Midwest Drift Union pro-am in town, along with the Woodward Dream Cruise, Motor City definitely lived up to its name last weekend. More after the jump!Read More
Before I joined the staff of OMGDrift and before I even owned a camera, I actually was pretty active. I played as a starting defender on my high school’s soccer team for three years, and then played intramural soccer at my college until Junior year when the mechanical engineering books started piling up. While I do miss playing, I have always found photography from soccer games to be fascinating, and now I finally have an opportunity to capture my own of a professional team, the Orlando City Lions.Read More
After a two year absence from Gateway Motorsports Park, the Midwest Drift Union returned last weekend to host round two of its 2013 competition season. Tires were shred, bumpers were decimated and the points bracket jumbled. More after the jump!