Originally built as a horseracing track, Evergreen Speedway saw a very different type of horsepower recently. Formula Drift, more commonly known as Formula D by those in the know, made its stop in Monroe, WA, for Throwdown, its fifth round of competition.
Olympus Rally was held last weekend in Shelton, Washington. The event started with the announcement that Olympus Rally is officially a Rally America sanctioned event once more after a one-year break. Similar to the Oregon Trail Rally, the Olympus Rally offers extremely beautiful scenery, an assortment of obstacles, miles and miles of back roads and, most important, it has its NW Rally fans! It will be awesome to have Olympus on the national event roster next year giving the teams another event, and giving the sport yet another opportunity to expand and grow. Rally America seems to be doing all they can to help the sport evolve; they’re now nationally televised and in the process of adding other venues. We can’t wait to see what they produce next.
Round Five of Formula Drift is where championships can be won and lost. Generally speaking, there’s quite a substantial point spread, and if the past few years have told us anything, it can be either a breaking point or push the leaders that much further into the lead. Check out our full coverage of FD Round 5 at Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, WA.
When we saw Jace Stout’s coverage of the Leavenworth Drive 2013, we instantly knew some classy flicks would emerge covering the event. Check out this well-edited piece by Zwingfilms featuring the Leavenworth Drive 2013 in the Pacific Northwest.
It seems that almost every region in the US has its own unique European car event that draws great numbers of enthusiasts from all over. The south has SOWO, the Northeast has H2O, while Southern California has more than a few. In the Pacific Northwest, that event is called the Leavenworth Drive.