Sonic Boom wrote:Yeah i agree too, the japs are different aye very dedicated to whatever they do and what they believe in New Zealand definitly has a following when it comes to RC Drifting, the community is there but in order for this community to blossom at drift events, RC Drifters need to stop drifting in open carparks or outside their houses and come to proper drift meets and events, with proper track layout and proper judging systems. It looks easy drifting in an open space cause there is nothing to avoid and you can turn the car where ever the hell you want, you might be the King Of Drift in your group of friends at the local countdown carpark wait until you get drifting in an organised event "TOTALLY DIFFERENT"
But organisers of drift events need to do some homework aswell, you can't treat RC Drifters like RC Racers cause they're a totally different breed of people, think about this "would you pay $50.00 at Valinetines if there was F#@K all to eat at the buffet" i don't think so........ drifters are different
So to all the RC Drifters that wanna be the King, prove yourself to other fellow drifters and be judged by a panel of experts, to all organiser sometimes giving a little can mean alot
Proper sanctioned RC Drift events can be found in the Events section of this forum
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