WHERE TO DRIFT?

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (Joe)

Postby psycodrifter » Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:54 am

you are both right as a street drifter myself there are things you learn in the street that you cant learn at the track 1 consistency on the street you have all the time in the world if your on a budget on the track that time will cost you 2: there is just a different type of fearlessness you get on the street than at the safety of a track you dont want to wreck your car on the street cause then you have to explain to cops what you did insurance and get home because it's probably a daily driver therese a ton more but on the track you don't have to worry about those thing and can just focus on drifting and it's safe to push your car to it's limits you cant do that on the streets cause you'll die so both you guys are right stop arguing and just get the drifting fighting is something everyone needs to grow up from my motto get over it you'll live


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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (psycodrifter)

Postby Joe » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:04 am

psycodrifter wrote:you are both right as a street drifter myself there are things you learn in the street that you cant learn at the track 1 consistency on the street you have all the time in the world if your on a budget on the track that time will cost you 2: there is just a different type of fearlessness you get on the street than at the safety of a track you dont want to wreck your car on the street cause then you have to explain to cops what you did insurance and get home because it's probably a daily driver therese a ton more but on the track you don't have to worry about those thing and can just focus on drifting and it's safe to push your car to it's limits you cant do that on the streets cause you'll die so both you guys are right stop arguing and just get the drifting fighting is something everyone needs to grow up from my motto get over it you'll live
im sorry but youre an idiot.

street drifting is not necessary, for anything. i have never street drifted in my life and i have gone from no experience to professionally licensed.

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (Joe)

Postby psycodrifter » Mon Sep 07, 2009 5:56 pm

ok buddy that's your story go and talk to d1gp drivers and ask them where they started hmm .. on the streets im not a pro yet but i lerned what i did drifting in japan on my military base then when i came back here i currently practice in an empty lot in ny and on certain street corners and when i finally whent to my first track event i was killing it . so you did it your way im not knocking that good for you but not everyone is as fortunate as you are so keep ya dam insults to yourself ya dam hypocrite maybe you need to grow up

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (psycodrifter)

Postby Joe » Tue Sep 08, 2009 6:12 pm

i will not allow the promotion of street drifting on my message board so you need to check yourself and realize where you are. i organize events to try and give kids a place to do it where its safe and legal.

yes, many people started with street drifting. yes many people still do it. but there is no reason to because as driftings popularity has grown there are events nearly all over the country, all the time.

p.s. you need to look up the definition of hypocrite. i would be a hypocrite if i said ive never street drifted, then went out and did it.

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (Joe)

Postby oki slide » Thu Sep 24, 2009 6:42 pm

anyone know anything about missouri

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby buellblastin » Mon Sep 28, 2009 8:01 pm

http://www.u-drift.com

He has finally gotten property. Now he is just finalizing everything. So the Alabama drifters can have a legal place to play. It's in Moody, AL less than two miles off I-20

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby Cap'n Morgatz » Sun Oct 04, 2009 5:02 pm

Looks like WTD has disabled registration, so that dun work so good. Is there any other way to find events/groups in the Western Maryland area?

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby Apex » Fri Oct 09, 2009 9:49 am

In Moody, AL on HWY 411. http://WWW.u-drift.COM

Opening in November! Drift all day with your own car for $50!!!

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby rbforsale » Tue Oct 27, 2009 12:41 pm

there is 1 event that happens near me once a year and requires driving 3 hours.i dont do it on the street, but when an auto cross event happens.i sure do piss some people off. i also do find that warehouse districts at 3 in the morning are very inviting, but im not condoning it.

ive always wondered if enough people and safety cones showing up in one area at one time could be considered an "event"

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby iDrift240sx » Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:45 pm

SoCal

Inland Drift: FREESTYLE-DRIFT PARK

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http://www.inlanddrift.com

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby 93sivliaUsdm » Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:28 pm

what about in Tennessee? ive found one place http://www.tennesseedrift.com/but i was wondering if there were any others

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (AZhitman)

Postby 95ka24det » Sun Jan 31, 2010 5:58 pm

I'm in KY, this is the best i've foung so far around here. They used to be drift indy, now they are collaborating with a bunch of groupss from IL to TN to VA to PA. if you'r from the region help it grow!

mdudrift.com


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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby EliteJDM » Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:14 am

Need I say More???

http://www.f***youimdrifting.com/


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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (EliteJDM)

Postby apex_7 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:19 am

Oklahoma Drifting -> madnessgarage.com

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby Grimy240 » Thu May 13, 2010 2:23 pm

any1 got any good spots in Tampa, FL??? Looking for a crew to drift with, preferably other 240s

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby Columbus151Speedway » Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:45 pm

Columbus 151 Speedway has announced the formation of a new club for tuners.

The very first meeting is scheduled for Thursday July 8th. Gates open at 5pm.

We will meet on subsequent Thursdays, culminating in a weekend drifting competition.

The finalists will advance to the intermission of a Friday night show. They will drift for racing fans that will decide a winner.

Attendees on Thursday July 8th will have a rare opportunity to become founding members of an organization dedicated to providing a safe environment to engage in an activity that is both dangerous and illegal on the street.

Any drift capable street legal licensed compact car is eligible.

Under 18 will require parental consent.

The grandstands and the meeting are free.
The open drift sesssion is $15.00 for unlimited track time in 3 min increments until dusk.

Do not miss your chance to get in on the ground floor of what may be the hottest new thing around !!

Columbus 151 Speedway is located between Sun Prairie and Columbus. Hwy 151 Exit 111. Follow the signs.

GOT QUESTIONS ???? Want to pre-register and SAVE $5.00? Call (608) 513-9111 Ask for Popeye.
Pre-registration open until July 1, call now.

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby Edgar » Wed Jun 23, 2010 12:11 pm

Midwest Drift Union
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www.mdudrift.com

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT? (needfaster240)

Postby izard » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:32 pm

maj Andres wrote:Wow, really? whreretodrift.com shows no listing for California?
hey bro i live next to this track! its call adams track we all hang out every Thursday to drift locate here in riverside next to the 60! and another one in perris california =]like 30 min form adams

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby steven_h_jr » Tue May 10, 2011 12:21 pm

where to drift in az. im in phx and im always lookin for a good meet up of rwd cars i feel awkward when i go to a fwd meet theres nothin to talk about with the HONDA ppl

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Re: WHERE TO DRIFT?

Postby dat240love » Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:27 am

hey bro i live next to this track! its call adams track we all hang out every Thursday to drift locate here in riverside next to the 60! and another one in perris california =]like 30 min form adams
yeah our group of 240 guys go to adams thursday night drift night as often as possible! lots of fun and good people as well


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