Following on from my previous video of the Driftworks RWB 964 at the Corolla Brotherhood meet held the weekend before last, here is my footage showcasing the rest of the meet.
Yesterday I headed down to Birmingham for the annual Corolla Brotherhood meet at Driftworks HQ. I’ll post a full write-up from the meet shortly but, in the meantime, here is a short video I put together of Driftworks boss Phil Morrison‘s RWB 964 Turbo.
The Wednesday before any STL! event at Driftland kicks off is always an interesting day. Due to the long distances most drivers and their friends are having to travel, arriving in plenty of time ensures lots of spare hours for hanging out and checking out cars. One of the first such drivers to arrive at STL!3 was Lewis Noakes with his F20C-powered AE86, which I quickly snapped a few photos of before getting back to event setup duties.
Continuing the expansion of the STL! shop and improving the variety of brands that we can supply has been a major priority of mine over the last few months. As a result, it’s been great to see various customers taking advantage of the ease and transparency with which we can supply brand new wheels from Japan; one such customer recently invested in a set of RAYS VOLK’s infamous 1-piece forged TE37SLs that arrived at our office the other week.
Last Sunday I headed down to Stoneleigh Park in Coventry with Adam Magicjetski for the Gravity show. Despite being in its infancy, the show has immediately become a mainstay on the scene calendar and, as such, I decided to have a 326POWER UK/STL! trade stand at the event.
Last week was filled with big deliveries at 326POWER HQ! Most importantly , our infamous 326POWER Manriki wings (both regular and the new GT86-style) and 326POWER Crocs (Large size) are now back in stock, so make sure you head over to the shop to order yours before we run out again due to exceptional demand!