It’s not a joke. Everyone asks what are you doing? What’s the point? You’re drifting, playing in the streets, you’re driving around a cone. The money you spend on your car is going to waste. They say we’re playing and damaging our cars and tires. People look down their noses Continue Reading
The competition is really tough and it’s getting tougher every day. The car is crafted by our team – Drift Tigers – it has a stock engine, 3000 cubic, with GT40 turbine, 580 horse power, professionally prepared for drifting, as I said — by our team. I’m really looking forward Continue Reading
There are so many thoughts going through my body, but in the end, I’m just shutting it all out. The only thing I’m looking at is the start line, and then I’m thinking: here we go. Hi, my name is Mikkel B. Jensen and I’m seventeen years old. My ambition Continue Reading
Ras al-Khaimah United Arab Emirates This race was very nice. This marked the first round of the Red Bull Car Park Drift Qualifier. Thankfully, we won first place in Ras al-Khaimah and will hopefully rank first in Kuwait, as we did last year. See you in Kuwait.
The market has grown a lot since the smaller bike shops and bigger markets started selling the fixie bikes. To me it’s “just” a bike that’s a little different compared to the normal bikes. They are a bit more fun to ride. You get that – that special feeling off Continue Reading
Looking at how the preparations will be, I would think that our goal should be to have the boys finish in the top 20 of the World ranking I have to change my posture. After one jump, your muscles turn sour. And if we look at Valkenburg, they have to Continue Reading
LEO PARENTE: That was a Red Bull RB7 2011 championship-winning Formula One car challenging the normalcy of midday traffic on the city streets of Weehawken and West New York, New Jersey. So what the hell was that all about? Well, let me tell you a story. In late 2011, word Continue Reading
We are at the sanctuary of Señor Monserrat, it is a very religious and spiritual place. In order to get up here to the sanctuary you need to climb up 2300 meters. From Bogota up to here it is 3157 meters above sea level. The faith here seems almost palpable. Continue Reading