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Drifting action – Our 10 favourite shots

2 July 2010 6 Comments

Drifting is becoming more and more popular in South Africa and we recently had an interview with South African Drift Champ, Otto Graven.
The article got numerous amounts of feed back so we decided to grab a couple of action shots that we liked.  We’ve compiled a small gallery of our favourite images and we hope you agree.


6 Comments »

  • jomacher said:

    This is some hot pics dude. I can’t pic one hey. Only once youve handled a camera in these conditions do you understand how difficult it is to get the pic at just the right moment.

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    Blair Reply:

    Howzit Jo, yea man I know what you mean bro. I was in Wales a while back and I was at an event called Jap Fest..
    Dude the event ROCKED my world, but there was an Evo 4 that came around every time and it popped flames under braking. So I whipped out the girlfriends camera and waited for the Mitsubishi to come around again.. I waited for the exact same spot he started to brake and BAAAm i got the shot, ill find it for you and show you.. I was so happy after that, its one of those amazing shots!

    My favourite picture here is the Nissan 350Z drifting in the wet, and i love the decal job on it.. It just makes the car pop, if you know what i mean!

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  • Alan said:

    I dig the pic with the E30 and E36

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  • Blair (author) said:

    Yea its pretty cool as well!

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  • Larissa said:

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