It was a full 6 months before StanceWorks had even become an idea. 5 years ago, I remember seeing Nit In’s S2000, lit by the fluorescents of a concrete parking structure in a photograph shot by Jeff Morton. The photo was iconic in a sense; it has circled the web, making its way on to every forum at least a dozen times.
I’ve lost count of the number of times that I’ve spent an afternoon under the infield trees of Mid-Ohio. I spent the first 25 years of my life in Ohio, and through those years, the track always served as a staple destination for spring and summer weekends. My father first began attending races there in his youth and he passed the tradition on as I walked the course by his side at the age of 4.
The time has come again for the annual Played Out event held by Players and Rotiform. Right on PCH, just steps away from the Pacific, Played Out is a laid back get together filled with summer vibes. This coming Saturday, join us at Don the Beachcomber in Sunset Beach for a day of cool cars and quality time with friends.
If you’d like to pre-pay to reserve a spot for your car, visit here: http://www.players-show.
We’re ecstatic to premiere the latest episode of Tuerck’d, Ryan Tuerck’s rapidly-growing online drift web series. This time around, Drift Alliance brothers Tony Angelo, Chris Forsberg, and Vaughn Gittin Jr all join in for a door-to-door round of “Opposite Controls,” a game in which the controls are split between driver and passenger. Catch it first here on StanceWorks.
While we’re absolutely in love with the craziness and oddities, Bosozoku styling is questionable at best for many; however, Morohoshi-san has taken it to an entirely new level. Luke Huxham and Maiham Media have put together a breath-taking short, titled “Underground Hero: Love to Hate Me,” that follows Morohoshi-San, an underground businessman that specializes in jobs that fall within the “gray area” of legality. As Luke put it, “Style is personal, fun is universal.