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James Deane

Irish IDC Dopeness, Irish ProDrift Dopeness

Irish IDC Dopeness >>> Punchestown Round 2

June 1, 2013 • By

Round 2 of IDC was held in Punchestown.  As always my favourite track of the year. Its so fast, the walls are so close and oh so very hard! As is becoming the fashion here lately there was a practice day on the Friday, I unfortunately couldn’t make it due to work commitments. Due to a few other commitments I missed most of Saturdays action also. I did get in pro practice and also most of the top 32.

Irish IDC Dopeness, Irish ProDrift Dopeness

Irish IDC Dopeness >>> Mondello Live Round 1

April 24, 2013 • By

First off apologies for the delay in getting this blog up. Last weekend saw the first ever IDC, Irish Drift Championship, round in Mondello. IDC is basically Prodrift renamed. Most of the staff are still in place, rules and regulations are pretty much all the same. What an event to start off a new series with, great weather for the most part, great driving and just a general sense of excitement.

Irish ProDrift Dopeness, Uncategorized, Video Dopeness

Irish Video Dopeness >>> ProDrift – The Finale

September 16, 2012 • By

Cezeli Productions | ProDrift | The Finale from Patrick McCullagh on Vimeo.

The Final round ever of ProDrift took place in Ireland last weekend and it would have been rude of me to miss it. This has been the only drifting event I have been able to attend this year and to be honest I didn’t realise how much I actually missed everyone involved. I wont talk too much about the ins and outs of the day as Martin Cunningham will give you the full low down with his report. In the meantime sit back and enjoy my only drift edit of the year :)

Irish ProDrift Dopeness

Irish Prodrift Dopeness >>> Tullyroan Round 4

September 2, 2012 • By

First off sorry for the delay in getting this post out. Now that’s out of the way. What a weekend round 4 was. It was Prodrift’s first run on an oval since May 2008. There was a lot of talk about how would the drivers that had never been on an oval handle the track. There was nothing to worry about, they were well able for it. Usually I start my report on Sunday with the pros. This time I’m starting with a few shots from the amateur and semi pro top 32. Why I hear you ask, well simple really it was a night event which doesn’t happen here.