“Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t.”
-Unknown- Also, I’m an impatient child who couldn’t wait any longer to share the news with you all. The car on bottom is my old one that I wrecked. It’s actually where I got my LS6 from. The black one is going to be the one I build. First generation Cadillac CTS-V. The E46 I built/drove was never an extension of myself. Something I feel all cars should be when they’re built. Regardless of being purpose built or not. This was a dream car for me for a very long time. I was super bummed when I wrecked it. I didn’t care when I wrecked the E46. It was more of a relief to build something I really wanted to. I don’t truly know what’s in store for this car yet. I’ve got most of it figured out already, yet I’m sure I’ll run into complications here and there. Let’s just hope I can be ready for @thedriftleague 2019! .
Video from round 4 of @thedriftleague ... @paul_vitale721 with that 🔥🎥! I qualified 3rd and unfortunately was knocked out in top 8. Over all it was a very good season! I finished 5th place in points and couldn’t be happier with my results considering it is my first season competing! Huge thank you to everyone who helped me finish the season in top 5! Couldn’t thank @michaelessa enough for all of the help, support, and tips! Such a pleasure to be working with one of the greatest! Huge shoutout to @ladii_z33 for hosting such great events, that girl is AWESOME!👊 Can’t wait for next season, it’s gonna be good!😈🔥
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This summer I learned tank tops really aren’t effective for protection against tire smoke... video for Round 4 is up, check the link in my bio!
Thanks @thedriftleague for accepting me as media, it was a great introduction for my venture into the drift scene! I used to just watch YouTube videos of drifting, but actually being out there is something else. The people, the cars, the atmosphere, all were amazing and I’m glad to have been a part of it. Until next season?
On the FD Irwindale layout, the center clip is really something else. Go too hard in the transition, and you're going backwards at 70mph towards the k rails. Go too easy, and you're straightened out. @donshredda demonstrates the happy medium in this shot.
In just over a year, I drove this car a total of 12 times. Before that, I had driven twice before at a @driftaccess event. That’s the extent of my drifting experience. I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned that drifting is about bringing your own style. That included the car and your driving. Something truly different that will make you stand out. Not because you want to be noticed or stand out, but because you organically do so. The dream is to still make it to FD, that will never change. But this car was never my style. It’s was a car that I knew would work so I went with it. The new chassis is pretty much already sorted out as far as who I’m going to for a steering angle kit. Everything else can be bought off the shelf. Luckily @fealsuspension makes coilovers for the chassis as well. I’d feel weird having to run something else. Hoping to have the chassis in my possession by late October or early November the latest. Also glad to announce that my wheel sponsor, @vmrwheels, will be staying with us for the new chassis. .