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Posted: Tue Aug 06, 2019 3:09 am 
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On a cold July morning in Goulburn we saw the drift community gather together for Rev Drift sessions at Wakefield Park Raceway. The event was organised by the guys at Revolution Motorsport and run on the shortened track making it a technical affair with the highspeed front straight sorting out the men from the boys with entry speeds into turn one proving exciting to say the least.

There certainly was no shortage of well set up high powered drift cars ready to burn through the rubber with plenty of Nissan S13’s, S14’s, 180SX’s and a mix of interesting old school cars including a 1986 R31 Skyline and a 1JZ Powered Toyota Cressida.

The competition was hot with loads of capable drivers showing aggression and commitment that you would normally only see at top level drifting competition in Australia. These grassroots teams left nothing on the table with awards going to Nic Kurippan from Team Red Stage as best driver showing enviable car control skills.

The biggest entry award went to Victorian driver Zac Bognar, who was regularly seen throwing his Nissan in backwards at the fishhook! Best looking car on the day went to Josh Lewis in his Battleship Grey R34 Nissan Skyline. With a full roll cage and 425Kw under the bonnet it was certainly a monster of a car on the track.

The event wouldn’t be possible without the support from Wakefield Park Raceway, Revolution Motorsport and all the teams. We look forward to the next Rev Drift Sessions!

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Posted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 1:17 pm 
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