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Ryan Tuerck​ and Chris Forsberg​ took some time out of their hectic Formula Drift​ Long Beach schedules to answer your most pressing Drift Garage questions. Yep, they're rad like that.

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With Formula Drift just around the corner, Ryan Tuerck​ and Chris Forsberg​ take a little time away from the test track to answer your questions on a new episode of Drift Garage Response with Valvoline USA​.

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Fresh off the road, Chris Forsberg and Ryan Tuerck take on diesel drifting, beginner mods, and a fistful of fan questions in the season 3 premiere of Drift Garage Response. From Chris's epic Nissan Titan XD tow rig to Tuerck's insane FR-S street car and beyond, these guys cover it all, so tune in and get yourself hyped to slay some tires.

It’s a brand new season of Drift Garage and Chris Forsberg and Ryan Tuerck have cooked up something new. This year Forsberg is going to be gutting and upgrading a Nissan Titan. Chris needs a towing adventure mobile for all his other vehicles, so the Cummins-powered Titan XD is going to be a perfect project.

While Forsberg is busy with that, Tuerck is going to keep himself busy upgrading his Scion FRS. The Tuerck "street car" is getting another round of upgrades with a race engine, an anti-lag system, a bigger turbo, and of course, more power. Can't. Stop Modifying.

It's a rainy day in England but that doesn't stop Ryan Tuerck from taking some laps at the Gymkhana Grid in Ken Block's rear-wheel-drive Ford Escort Mk2 RS. Special guest appearance by some of the Monster Energy Girls...

Only Ken Block would think of making a 1978 Ford Escort Mk2 RS with rear-wheel-drive his new Gymkhana car. And luckily for Ryan Tuerck, he gets to "test" it out.

On-hand for the upcoming Gymkhana Grid Finals in England, Tuerck gets to take Ken's first-ever rear-wheel-drive Gymkhana vehicle for a bit of a spin. Boasting all the bells and whistles of Ken's high-end, WRC Ford Fiesta, the Mk2 packs "a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder Millington motor that generates 333 naturally-aspirated horses and absolutely screams at the limit when stretched out to the 9,000 rpm redline. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed sequential gearbox."

Stay tuned for more of Tuerck at the Gymkhana Grid soon.

Formula Drift Champion Chris Forsberg wraps up another awesome season of touring garages around the country. In this episode Forsberg shares some highlights including Top Gear US co-host Rutledge Wood’s eclectic collection, Jeremy Baye’s period correct hotrods at 1945 Speed And Custom, and Luis Miranda’s custom lowriders. We saw it all from classic luxury cars, to off road truck fabrications, to Supercross bikes—let us know which episode was your favorite in the comments below. Is there a garage you’d love to see Chris check out? Leave it in the comments below.

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The Garages:

Rutledge Wood’s Eclectic Car Collection

All Access Chad Reed’s TwoTwo Motorsports

Incredible Vintage BMW Restorations At Coupe King

Precision Twin Turbo & Exhaust Fabrications At Fast Intentions

Incredible Classic Luxury Cars At Redline Restorations

Period Perfect Hot Rods! 1945 Speed And Custom

Winning Off Road Truck Fabrications At Geiser Bros

Forsberg & Tuerck’s Formula Drift Mobile Haulers

Cruising Lowriders At Miranda’s Custom Cars

Secrets to Tuerck’s Success at Nameless Performance

In this episode of Garage Tours, Chris Forsberg visits Nameless Performance in Woodland, Washington. Nameless is one of the largest manufacturers of custom performance exhaust systems for the Subaru market. Jason Griffith gives Forsberg a tour of the manufacturing division including the fabrication room with a cutting room, welding stations and the final assembly area.

John Hoyenga then tours us through the Motorsports division, introducing Forsberg to the rally program and the new Formula Drift program. Nameless driver Ryan Tuerck pops in to talk about his relationship with Nameless and his 2015 Formula Drift FRS!

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Check out the Nameless Performance site at namelessperformance.com.

There aren't many things in the realm of cars that are foreign to Chris Forsberg. But lowriders and hydraulics are some of those things, so Forsberg decided to get an education in lowriders from one of the best shops in the country for just that on this new episode of Garage Tours.

In this episode Forsberg visits Miranda’s Custom Car shop in Phoenix, Arizona—a lowrider shop driven by the passionate mechanic Luis Miranda whose built a reputation for attention to detail and artistic paintwork. Luis’ affection and commitment to custom lowriders and the lowrider culture runs deep. Miranda handles every process of the vehicle’s fabrications from sourcing parts to engine fabrications, custom upholstery, paintwork, and of course, hydraulics.

Forsberg gets a tour of the yard where vehicles, including some long lean ’58 and ’59 Impalas, are waiting for their transformation. Inside we see works in progress and lowriders in the final stages of customization. And finally! Forsberg gets his first ride in slammed down to the ground lowrider.

In this new episode of Garage Tours, we turn the camera on two of the most popular drivers in Formula Drift: our host Chris Forsberg and fellow driver Ryan Tuerck, to get a look inside their mobile garages.

Forsberg takes us inside his 75-foot, two-story trailer complete with car and equipment storing capacity and indoor work stations. We also see the mobile work stations that keep these cars in prime competitive condition throughout the race weekend. Tuerck tours us through his 53-foot trailer and shows us how his crew stays on top of maintenance and repairs throughout the competition.

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