The New Year has come and brought us another weekend of problematic install. What we thought would go somewhat smooth went and took a detour. Fear not… we managed to tackle them and finished the install.
A lot of fun stuff… and not so fun stuff… happened today. It was a good chance for me to capture some more cool in-car footage from my GoPro, and also I finally tested the new engine build on the S14 at the track. With the previous stock build, I was able to get a 1:30 on 595 RSR tires.… Read the rest of this now >>
Last Saturday was hands-down our best event yet, filled with excellent cars, lots of driving, perfect weather, and good vibes all around. Luckily, we were able to get access to some pics that our guests took. A few of the guys from Superwow Factory made it out to snap some sweet photos, and these are just a few.… Read the rest of this now >>
Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, burnt rubber, high pitched screeching, adrenaline bursting…this will be an adventurous weekend indeed. When you’re done spending time with family, or murdering others in line for snagging your XBone or PS4, come out to Rosamond, CA and spend a day at Streets of Willow.
When: November 30, 2013 7:30am until 5:00pm Where: Willow Springs International Raceway, Streets of Willow track
This was one of the best meets I’ve been to in a while. Cool people, lots of nice cars, and very low levels of crappy ricing. I was actually impressed. I thought I was only going to be there for about 30 minutes but I stayed for a couple of hours.… Read the rest of this now >>
Finally finally finally, we got some new Dreamer Soul racing banners. Just in time for this double-header event on the weekend of May 25th too. Atop is Nakioki’s red NA Miata with the new banner, Rau-Welt style. Most of the DS guys were at Streets of Willow doing some counter-clockwise battles, hosted by Extreme Speed.… Read the rest of this now >>
Something always goes wrong — always. Luckily, this time, it wasn’t a big deal. Here’s a photo of our peachy little setup at Buttonwillow Raceway, out in Middle-of-Nowhwere, California. Overall, it was a great experience, and we figured a new way to communicate between drivers and the “pit crew” (if you want to call it that).… Read the rest of this now >>