NOPI Interview with James De L’Orme of JVD Custom Works
Monster Mitsubishi Eclipse Sitting on 28’s at NOPI/HIN in Atlanta by JVD Custom Works
As the story was told to us, this little backyard project car turned so many heads at the latest NOPI Nationals in Atlanta, they had to move it to the sponsored arena. Why would this matter, well it seems so many people stopped going to the paid sponsor side, they had to bow down and beg the little guy to share the limelight. What a cool way to wind out your weekend, and OMG what a wild ride!
The Car That Brought the Ruckus and Stole the Sponsors Limelight…
Extreme Synchronized Drifting Video from the Long Beach Grand Prix
Talk about extreme driving and motorsports skill. Drifting is hard enough alone or on the street, let alone in a pack. Hat’s off our man on the scene at the Long Beach Grand PrixLouie once again for the awesome onsite motorsports footage.
Will Power Coming Out Of Pit Row At The Long Beach Grand Prix
Live Onsite Video via: louiebaur (louiebaur.com) April 16, 2010 — Will Power’s lap of 1:11.4039/99.221 mph was best in the first IndyCar practice session. Power was followed by Helio Castroneves (1:11.504/99.082), Scott Dixon (1:11.5430/99.029), Ryan Briscoe (1:11.5478/99.022) and defending Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach champion Dario Franchitti (1:11.6379/98.897)
Gymkhana literally means ‘Car Rodeo’. The word has origins from Urdu language meaning ‘Fitness Club’. In the west, it is a type of motorsport practiced in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and South Africa. Similar to autocross, gymkhana courses are often very complex and memorizing the course is a significant part of achieving a fast time. The governing body of Gymkhana in Japan is the Japan Auto Federation, a Japanese division of the FIA.