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.
SpeedHero July update (June Recap)
I can’t fathom how long and wild this month felt for SpeedHero. Let’s just dive in. The first event of the month was a special guest. Manabu Orido came by Platform Garage to say hello! He was in Victoria and decided to come by and visit us down at the shop. It was truly an honor. We exchanged a few gifts, photos, and car talk. Sadly I didn’t get a lot of photos, as I didn’t want to bother him too much, but there are a couple of pics from...
First off, I didn't see Big Ben, the London Bridge, though I did catch a glimpse of the Royal Palace from the plane. My time was spent working with Andy, the owner of Learn2Drift UK.
Two and half weeks, this was the time I would spend with the team at L2D. Located near Milton Keynes, about an hour North of London. It seems so far that many drift schools are different, in the way they function and for what clients they cater. The commonality of these schools, isn't their approach but their desire to...
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
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...