Posted By: Kasey Ramoutar15/05/15No Comments;
Tags:center, digital, downes, Drifting, DWO, excellence, kasey, matthew, nigel, nights, of, prudent, ramoutar, sambrano, studio, superCategories: Drifting, Event Coverage
Taking us back to our local drift roots, DWO places a twist on events by hosting the first ever NIGHT drift event. On this Friday night, the Center of Excellence, Macoya came alive with the sound of braaaaappp. And if I were to sum up the crowd turn out, I will have to twist Erphaan Alves Bumper like Rain chorus to “whey all dem people does come from daddy!”Full Story
Minus the pressures of competition, drifters be it new, old or prospective were given the chance to practice all day on a course that actually mirrored one of the holy grail of drift tracks in Japan, Ebisu. Drivers either did the beginner’s layout or tackled the much more technical drift circuit, both under the watchful eye of other experienced drifters, who gave pointers and discussions allowing all to progress.Full Story
Tic tack toe, three in a row!
That’s tandem drifting yo!
TTDA’s Drift Motion 3 doing what it does best; putting rubber in yuh eye, adrenaline in yuh blood and most importantly giving the fellas a safe location to kill their tires. This event like previous was split into [...]Full Story
Sunday morning: 10:00am, where were you? Well one would expect us to be attending a church service of some sorts, but no, here we are in Arima Race Club; roasting tires and hitting rev limiters. Whatatatata! Mad men from around the little island popped up with their machinery ready to cause damage, and not for one second think there was only rear wheel drive cars. No no no. AutoNation’s EK civic was there. Yes, a civic. Fitted with thinner tires to the back allowing the car to break traction easier this little yellow thing was quite enjoyable to watch as it looped loops and shredded rubber.Full Story
Another great event put on by the TTRC and held on the Reform Stage with a special performance at the Tarouba stadium to make up to rally fans who were cheated when the finale for Rally Trinidad 2013 was cancelled. A few D&W competitors tried their hand at pace notes and the DWO boys gave the crowd a demo they won’t forget. Another highlight was seeing to the two youngest racers in their respective fields, go head to head: Kristian Boodoosingh vs Kraig Sumair.Full Story
Great entries, as good a spectator attendance as we can hope for at this venue and the gradual improvement of organization in an ever evolving environment. Two major areas we focused on were to increase spectator covered-bleacher accommodation, and this we did but…. was still shown to be wanting more. And gaining access to the cleared area to the South for more parking. In both instances we were dragged on until the last minute to keep our word, but we persevered and delivered in the end.Full Story
Posted By: Rawle Mahabir11/03/12No Comments;
Tags:ARC, Arima, Drag & Wind / Time Attack, Drag and Wind, Drifting, DWO, SolodexCategories: Drag & Wind / Time Attack, Drag Racing, Drifting, Event Coverage
D&W # 2…. The challenge… to run successfully…. without a PA system. The result, an unmitigated YES, successfully completing the full range of competition in all classes, and still having the bonus of competitors freeing up themselves in the fun runs, and the DWO Team celebrating their successes as outright winners in GT3 and GT4 by putting down their own specialty of a free-style display of what drifting is all about.Full Story
Easy Events Unlimited led by Andre Rushford held their inaugural Drift Expo and Bike Stunt show at Pier II in Chaguaramas. Drifter from DWO (Drift World Order) and Slide Syndicate were present and put on quite a show. Both clubs also took this event as an opportunity to debut some new rides.Full Story
Drift World Order (DWO) held their first drift event for 2010 at the carpark of the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar. The sport has finally found a venue which they can use consistently and we look forward to regular events from this and other drift clubs this year.Full Story