Cash prizes for Sexiest Costume, Scariest Costume, Most Creative Costume, Best Dressed Car and Driver and Much More!
Live DJ, Food, Vendors, Giveaways and oh yeah, the Inland Empire’s hottest drift racing all night long!
$5 per person or $3 with costume before 7pm. Just $20 to race or buy 2 sessions and get the 3rd one free!
A grassroots event where beginner and intermediate drifters have the opportunity to hone their skills alongside the pros. Join us on the last Sunday of each month for a day of non-stop drifting, music, lifestyle expo, free swag, a huge car show and some of the best gourment food trucks in town!
Sundays – July 31, August 28, Sept 18, October 23.
Location: Toyata Speedway in Irwindale.
Schedule: Gates open 8am / Tech 9am / Track 10am – 4pm / Gates close 5pm
Fees: Drivers $80 / $20 additional to enter competitions / Spectator-crew $10
Adams Motorsports Park is celebrating St. Patty’s Day March 31st!
So put on your luckiest green costume, grab your pot of gold and join the party!
You will be green with envy if you miss this one!
$3 General admission if you’re wearing green (before 7pm and green must be visible)
$5 General admission regular
$20 Drift session; buy the first and second sessions and get the third one free!
We were at SEMA / AAPEX 2010 in Las Vegas last week and one of the cool things we saw was Ken Block’s new Fiesta.
The Gymkhana Three Fiesta was built by the same team that produced his Monster World Rally Team hatch, and includes a boosted 2.0-liter four-pot capable of 850 horsepower (de-tuned with a restrictor plate to output 650 hp in the name of tractability) and 660 pound-feet of torque. Partnered with a Olsbergs Motorsport-developed MSE Maktrak six-speed sequential transmission and powering all four wheels, the new Gymkhana contender will hit 60 mph in two seconds flat and according to Block, can “handle loose, while still providing complete control.”