This guy does!
Theres not much to say about this event except WOW! Great day, great cars, great people and drift! If you havent been to DSC before, make sure you get their next year. Thanks to Mallala Raceway for putting on a good event.
Congratulations to Jarred Klingberg for taking out first place!
Enjoy the photos.
The Vic crew! Make sure you check out the work from Joey at Jacked it, and Matty from Stylised Productions as both these guys do awesome work.
Your winner for the day, Jarred Klingberg killing it! Congratulations buddy.
Luke Broadbent had a few unfriendly encounters with the tyre stacks through the day, but managed to get the car back together thanks to his crew and continued on to win the drift snake challenge.
OK guys, here is the last batch of photos from Drift School 2012 at Mallala Raceway. I don’t have much to say of the subject this time except enjoy!
Stay tuned as ill be at Drift Super cup this weekend, so ill have plenty more photos to share!
Here is the second batch of photos from this years Drift School at Mallala Raceway.
On the 29th of May, Mallala Raceway put on this years Drift School. The Day was a great opportunity for upcoming drivers to learn new skills and meet some experienced guys at the same time! Some of the best and most experienced drivers SA has to offer were there to instruct the beginners such as Wayne Nunn, Phil Branson, Stuart Furze, Eddie Modra, Jarrad Klingberg, Davey Clarke, Ian Roddey, and Australia’s first D1GP driver Jake Jones! If you attended the day and were on track, you were in for a treat!
So the day started off with everyone being divided into different experience levels and then put into the appropriate groups. Then once everyone’s cars were up and running, the groups all headed out to different parts of the track where they started to learn their new skills. The beginners were on the skid pan learning how to do controlled donuts and figure eights, why the intermediate and experienced groups were on the main track hitting up the 2 hairpins and the “S”.
About midday there was a lunch break where drivers had the opportunity to check out other people’s rides, ask questions to instructors, or just hang out and check out all the new gear that was on offer at the “SLEEKA SPARES” garage. Once everyone finished eating, they were given the opportunity to move up to different groups if they felt up to it.
At the end of the day their was an open drift practise for all drivers to try there newly developed skills on most of the track. This was also an opportunity for the instructors to get out on track for a bit of fun after spending the entire day watching everyone else get to. There were some awesome tandems going on during the practise session and even some new guys getting some big angle on turn 1. One highlight of the day was seeing Stuart Furze get his Holden Maloo ute on track and melting some tyres!
After all tyres were melted and all clutches fried, everyone packed up and talked about the great day theat was just had. If you’re a new driver interested at getting into the drift world, I highly recommend attending next years drift school as it was a great day and a lot of fun to just shoot even!
Stay tuned for part 2! Enjoy the photos.