I know this post is slightly overdue, but the short track series ended with some spectacular driving that can’t go unmentioned. The drivers were out in full force with plenty of amazing entries and extremely close tandems. This series has been one of the best so far in Queensland for the drifting scene, and I definitely hope for it to pick up again. The atmosphere at these events is super friendly and of course with Mez M.C.ing, the night was even better. Flynn Dowling didn’t participate in the tandems as he had, somewhat unwillingly, entered the competition side, rendering him unable to join in on the tandem fun, but he did very well in the comp…
In their usual fashion, Tayno, Mereki, Morgan and Danny were there to entertain the crowd!
I just love Danny T’s s13 with the JZ power-plant. It makes for a very cool combo!
Mereki, with his supercharged KE70, was putting on some great runs following the boys in their Nissans.
It’s really great to watch these four go at it, only separated by a few feet. Not much room for mistakes!
Morgan leaves the crowd in a cloud of dust…
These guys had everyone of their feet, clapping and cheering. There’s action, and plenty of it.
The night wouldn’t be complete without this group. Their exciting tandems definitely attract a lot of attention at these events.
The short track makes for a great spectating experience, as it really allows you get up and close, with the cars only being metres away.
For their last outing, the boys put on a bit of a show with some tight circle work. If they were to mess up just a bit, it might cause some damage, but this is the last thing on their mind – exactly what the crowd loves to see.
By the end of the night, everyone had fun, both the drivers and the spectators. The tandems proved to be a great show and really mixed it up from the competition battles. Something to look forward at the next series, which hopefully I can attend.
- Cooper Macmillan