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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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