As Drift Indy heads into its final stretch of their upcoming 2009 season. They have released a full list of the drivers that are slated to run Round 1 of the Drift Indy series. For those that are in the area and want to see the driver’s that are going to be taking on each other in a head to head competition. Check out the info below on current drivers and sponsors. Remember that spectators are 10.00, children under 12 are free.
The Hungarian Drift Association is set to have their first event this coming weekend at a track near Budapest. For more info or to register for this event click here.
Straight out of D1GP USA we have an event update…
“This is the confirmed drivers list. We have more drivers pending registration. Registration End Thursday Night at 6pm.” -D1GP
Click the jump for a list detailing the 45 drivers with even more pending. Continue reading
In what was reported today via Bloomberg, Source Interlink Co. The company known to many and not to many. You may not know their name but we are sure you have read their publications, like Super Street, Import Tuner, Modified Magazine, Lowrider and many, many more filed Chapter 11 yesterday. Here is a snit bit of what was ran on Bloomberg today.
Written By: Dawn McCarty
April 28 (Bloomberg) — Source Interlink Cos., the publisher of Motor Trend, Hot Rod and Street Chopper magazines controlled by billionaire Ron Burkle’s Yucaipa Cos., sought bankruptcy protection as it moves to become a private company.
The company, which also distributes newspapers and other publications, listed debt of $1.9 billion and assets of $2.4 billion as of April 24 Continue reading
Drift Association Updates
April 27, 2009
Drift Association is back in the swing of things. April turned out to be quite a busy month for us. On April 4th, we represented at the UTI Formula Drift tech day. Later that evening, we hosted a drift demo at National Orange Show. In addition, over at Willow Springs International Raceway, what started out as a girl’s drift event, ended up being a successful open event. Recognition goes out to Wendy Kong and Sherry Kamiya for supporting the girl’s portion of the event and making the long trip down from Nor. Cal. to drive.