SPEED HERO Blog
Western's Final Dance - The Collection.
12 years of my life - 2 events a month - 8 hours of track time an event - 50+ drivers a day = 115200 hours of shared drifting experience. This was the final night.
Capital Drifts Final Dance: A collection of media from our final event.
Random Racing Game Recommendations
Big list of cool games for cool gamers!
I put together a list of games I’ve enjoyed playing over the years. It’s a devoted hobby of mine to play racing games, and a severe majority of them are awful, however, within that heap of trash racing games are a few really good games. I’ve loosely organised these both by my own interest or nostalgia, but it’s also likely the order you should play them in? Sure.
If any of these titles appeal to you, then it’s suggested to play them whatever means...
This is the worst blog post of all time
I'm here only to belittle myself. You're here because you're curious. If you're not, close the article - move on, why waste the time? <3
I can't finish anything. I can't finish a single project. I'm haunted by the "potential" or perhaps cursed?
I'll never known why I'm proud to be poor. But after months of soul searching and careful introspection, I'm sure it has something to do with growing up with less. It sucks to type that, It sounds so fucking cliché. It's important to note that the pride of being rich is actually free. You can feel proud for...
We fear the darkness, for it hides what we can't see.
That's a pretty dark opening statement, but it's true the darkness holds things we can't see. Cars at this moment in history rule the world. The idea spread like wild fire in the 1890s as the printing press distributed ideas globally like never before. These technical journals of spreading rumors of people creating horseless carriages with steam, internal combustion, and electric motors suddenly felt relatable.
These writings sparked the technically elite that it was the moment in history where this fictional prediction of the future was...
The 4 Parts of a Drift
When teaching drifting I often have to simplify the communication to get ideas across efficiently. When talking to someone who's learning to drift for the first time I like to introduce the timeline of a drift: The 4 parts of a drift. This way, when a student and I debrief a drift we can find what parts went well and which need improvement using some standardized logic and language.
This is a poster I've created for free release for others who are learning or want to improve, or even help them teach others.