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!
Check out the Nameless Performance site at namelessperformance.com.
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.
After completing their new car builds in season 2 of Drift Garage, Chris Forsberg lines up his 240SX missile against Ryan Tuerck’s recently upgraded rocket, facing off in a no-holds-barred battle of barrel taps, drift limbo, and double-dare drift in a wild Game of DRIFT rematch. The first driver to spell DRIFT gets smoked like a set of brand new tires, so make sure to stay tuned for part 2—which drops tomorrow, Friday, June 26—to see who earns the bragging rights.
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Formula Drift driver Ryan Tuerck headed up to Portland, Oregon, to have the guys at Portland Speed Industries run some off-season modifications on his Retaks/Maxxis Tire Scion 2JZ FR-S. They added a new Garrett GT 4088 turbo that tuned the Scion to the sound of 830 horsepower. With that kind of power, Tuerck went in search of the ultimate road to test out his new ride and found an epic hill climb on this season finale of Tuerck'd. After ascending the windy road, Tuerck decided to come back down in tandem with fellow Formula Drift driver Rob Primo. This is so good.
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The 2016 Formula Drift season is almost upon us, and we are proud to present the trailer for stop one, set to go down in beautiful Long Beach, California this weekend. Check it out and make sure to tune in for all the action from qualifiers this Friday!
Starting this afternoon and continuing all season long, Network A is thrilled to announce we will be streaming Formula Drift live (and amplified) right here, in it's full tire-slaying, rubber-spraying glory. So join us today at 3:15pm EST and Saturday at 1:15pm EST for the all the action from round 1 of the 2016 season, live from lovely Long Beach, California. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!
And the drift goes on. Join us for another weekend of sideways insanity from Formula Drift's Motegi Racing Super Drift Challenge. Friday and Saturday, 10pm EST. Live on Network A.
Finals night is a go, people! Tune in to our live stream (beginning below at 7:15pm EST), straight from the Suzuka Twin Circuit in Japan, to see how all the action from the year's first Formula Drift event shakes out. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.