Justin is actually a founding member of Capital Drift. He is also our main media guy, and his recent time at Shaw television has allowed him a greater opportunity to film and edit our scene even more! Recently he's put out 4 episodes of Capital Drift coverage on top of his many previous videos. Check out these episodes!
Episode #1: Drift School.
Episode #2: First round 2017
Episode #3: Round 2 2017
Episode #4: Round 3 2017
Justin Robert, of AirCooled Productions did such an amazing job re-capping our Drift School event for Shaw TV. I'm so excited to share it!!
You can see a full write up about the event at this link here: Drift School.
If you can't do, teach. Lately I've been unable to 'do'. My anxiety and fears of owning and operating my own drift car have changed since 7 years ago. Before I could have $5 in my pocket, no plan for next week and try to build and drift a car.
These days, I could have $5000 saved up, a retirement plan in place, and I'm more afraid now to make mistakes and fail then ever before. Rather than let my mental health hurdles block me, I decided to work with them. If I can't drift myself, might as well help...
Let's pickup where we left off...where were we....right! [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Digging around in the engine bay I found both of these. Jammed into the engine mounts. It looks like someone kept dropping and replacing their oil caps. lol I don't know how many years this car was carrying around 3 different oil caps.[/caption] Put a new distributor O-ring in today. It's been many years since I actually timed a vehicle myself. Don't worry, I can design 3 piece wheels to near exact manufacturing requirements, but timing an old carb'd car isn't common...