In 2010 we crisscrossed the USA interviewing drivers and covering grassroots drifting events. We wanted to know why people choose to drift, how they got into the sport, and why the love it. The answer is simple, its fun. In fact, its the most fun you can have with a car. Once you do it, you're hooked and for children of the action sports era - its easy to understand being subjective and judged. In this short form documentary, we visit some of the most vibrant and passionate drifting communities in the US. We talk with up and coming amateur drivers and pro drifters about the sport and why Keep Drifting Fun is more than just a motto - it has changed their lives.
Directed by Will Roegge and Joshua Herron
Edited by Will Roegge, Joshua Herron, and Skylar Smith
Motion Graphics by Andy Sapp
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