Of the few cars I rode shotgun in at Cadwell Park on Monday, Jamie’s DC2 was probably the most brutal. Combined with his no fear driving style it certainly made for an eye-opening experience in what was my first time in a DC2 Type-R. Check out the raw on-board footage below.
On Sunday I set off on an adventure to experience something new. I’ve taken part in numerous drift days, spectated many more and been to watch the occasional bit of conventional racing. Despite all of this, I’ve never been to check out a grassroots open pit lane track day.
If you have lived in the UK, are in your mid to late-20s and have an affection for motorsport, then it’s quite likely that exposure to the BTCC in the mid to late-1990s was responsible for your future motorsport addiction.
Now I think about it, Dan of Destroy or Die couldn’t have built a more suitable car to represent his company’s name. His PS13 has lived a long and somewhat difficult life but, since Dan’s rebuild and recent addition of an SR20, this Silvia is experiencing a new lease of life (I so nearly used the phrase “Die Another Day” but I couldn’t bring myself to do it. Too obvious). These are some photos I took at STL 2 at Driftland back in July.
And I thought my C33 was a pretty large car to be throwing around! Sukhy drove his C35 up from the Midlands to Driftland in Scotland for STL 2 and spent the whole of Friday chucking his RB25 powered Laurel around the hugely enjoyable circuit. I had a bit of a nosey around his car while he was wandering around the pits somewhere, so check them out below.
Well…sort of. While I may have not released a cinematic epic, what I have put together is 24 minutes of raw footage from the STL 2 event that I held at Driftland last month. Sit back and enjoy watching a bunch of mates in super cool cars having the best time on track with each other.