Queensland Raceway 24 Hour Drift Matsuri | Josh Dobrik
Continuing on with our coverage of Queensland’s first ever 24-hour drift Matsuri.
Despite the rain very early Saturday, the track dried up quickly enough for many of the cars to bring out the bake.
This light blue KE70 was going hard from the word go.
Unfortunately for this s13, snapped 2 nuts on the front left wheel stopped it right in its own tracks.
Boy did it look good on track though!
The Japanese Performance and Parts R33 was an absolute standout compared to all the white, tan and black cars around the track.
I’ve always fancied BMW E30′s; mix that with dished BBS RS’s and you sir have got yourself a winner.
Believe it or not Zak was out kicking the clutch in the SR20 Volvo 240 GL Wagon.
I was given the chance to ride shotgun with a man I’m sure you’re all very familiar with, that would be Grant Scott and his red KE70 of course.
For my first time shooting at Queensland Raceway’s Short Track, I can easily say this is my favourite little track right now.
Now Neil Gregson was putting on a great show for everyone in his KE70 with some super close entries.
Dan Rasell was another guy I couldn’t keep my eyes off with his backward entries and smooth lines.
As the sun set it made for a gorgeous view to watch on top of the hill.
Once the night had filled the sky it got very exciting as the drivers pushed closer and closer to that concrete wall.
Unfortunately this poor AE86 notchback . . . . pushed just a little too much.
Grant coming in with some nice angle.
After a long day at Matsuri you can expect to see a lot of dirty cars driving around.
I was unable to attend Matsuri on Sunday so ill leave it up to Grant Scott to bring you all the shenanigans.