Coverage of Import Alliance weeked that i spent with the ISO crew. It was def something different. First met up with Steve and Robbie the night i landed went back to the hotel and found out that Domino's delivered until 3AM IN ATLANTA! WHAT THE! The next day we headed to the car wash. Oh yeah how could i forget "the varsity" that place was freaking nuts! It was similiar to in'n'out etc but way crazier! i have never seeen so many people ordering fast food in my life. My stomach was dead after the first bite. We then headed to Zen Motorsports. Was a cool small meet. Was awesome seeing different cars. Super gangster Lexus. Sunday was the main day. Import Alliance. Car shows in Washington are not very big. When i showed up to this thing all i could say was "HOLY HELL!" Never in my life have I ever seen so many cars! There was a good 6 parking levels full. And speaking of the levels. I was LOST HALF THE TIME with kyle mcmanus trying to find that gold civic.
Anyways goodtimes had and a lot of gay stuff happened to the Crew but it didnt let em down.
Big Thanks to Steve Nguyen for flying me out and letting me film.
This film covers the British Drift Championship, shot throughout the 2010 season I hope it portrays just how special this series is.
I'd like to say thanks to Paul McCallum and Mark Buckle for allowing me to shoot the championship over the past couple of years and giving me complete creative freedom to do what I wanted. I'd also like to thank all the drivers / crew / and supporters .. you make it what it is.
Some of these shots were provided by Al Clark from Trackday Films who covered the final round of the championship up in Knockhill. Thanks man :)
Intro - Al Pacino speech : 'Any Given Sunday'
Music - Peace : Paul Kelly & Fix You : Coldplay
Speedline Film Werks proudly presents, in association with Stance Nation, Wuste 2011: A Desert Gathering; Episode four. This fourth episode in a series of six, features Ron Webb's 2006 VW Jetta along with Danny Cetina's '07 VW Rabbit. Listening to the heart and soul of both builds in person, it was fantastic to finally understand fully, why we have such dedication and determination to build the cars we do.
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