As I write this, I am still recovering from an exhilarating yet exhausting weekend. This time of the year, Oregon is in the spotlight of one of the largest rally events in the nation. The Oregon Trail Rally, hosted by the Rally America series, took place from the 3rd through the 5th of this month. In these next few posts, I hope you get to immerse yourself in the exciting, loud, dirt-in-your-mouth atmosphere that I got to experience. I’ll get down to writing about neat things like sunburn, dehydration, sleep deprivation and lame stuff like racecars, jumps, and Ken Block.
Posts Tagged: "Dopeness"
It’s the off-season, and aside from the ongoing drift events that happen at Pat’s Acres and beyond, there’s not much bustling around. However, car culture is very much alive in Oregon, and this weekend’s Cars and Coffee meet in Portland was certainly no exception. More after the jump!
I met up with Johan “Yo” Esbensen of DTA at his home in Venice to document the beginning of a new chapter for DTA, story after the jump!
Here it is. The Gatebil Experience. The longtime expected video finally done after months of waiting, planning, filming, editing, teasering, sorting, learning, working, complaining and now it is finally finish. Done. Færdig. Finito. Perfectum.
After spending a year learning the in’s and out’s of my poor little camera, here is a look back at the adventures I have gone on with my Rebel. Since I still feel like a Rookie in the photography world, I felt like it would be appropriate starting the post off with a shot of FD rookie Ryan Kado. Both of us weren’t at the top of the charts all year, but we both had a great year of learning and doing what we love!Read More
Nick Quigley is a man of talents. He is also a man of a very small body. Wearing kid size pants, Nick will attack the drift events with his camera, sniping people from far away distances. He is also fairly tolerable of the OMGDrift.com lack of scheduling. We want to wish him a Happy Birthday… And sorry about the 4am phone callsRead More
If you’ve read the last article I wrote about Turner Field, you’ll know it holds a very special place in my heart. Good times with friends, random hilarity and some serious drifting is always on the schedule… usually somewhere in the middle. Sometimes.
Hello fellow fans of The Drift! If you were not able to join us this past weekend, you have missed out on what had to be one of the greatest events in years. Let’s just say our minds were blown. We were all on our toes the whole time. Scoring was tough with the level of driving from our professional drifting friends. For Ross…