The fun loving, shenanigan having, burn-out doing freaks over at Hoonigan released part 3 of their Bash Bangers series, this time covering New Jersey’s East Coast Bash hosted by Club Loose.
The guy in the passenger seat must have had a blast, and boy does he love to wave, but this video captures the spirit of Club Loose in my opinion. Just fun and driving and friends.
So the other day Club Loose released it’s 2013 rules (PDF below). In short the changes are very minor:
1) Under #1 of Driver Requirements they added that they recommend a SA2010 helmet, but still only require a minimum of SA2005.
2) Under #5 of Lighting and Electrical they added that if an OE key is not used on a car the kill switch not only needs to be accessible from the outside of the car like before, but it also needs to be clearly marked.
3) Under #1 of Body and Glass Club Loose is no longer fighting the battle against ugly drift cars.
4) At the bottom of the document, in the concluding paragraph, they have added that where there was previously no exceptions to any infractions resulting in not being able to participate the officials may now decide that if the infraction is minor and not a safety concern the driver can return to the pits to fix it and be reinspected.
Club Loose 2013 Rules PDF (Posted 2/26/13 – Please check www.clubloose.com for any updated rules)
So in conclusion very minor but important changes to the rules. We here at Shift-Therapy.com support Club Loose 120% for keeping drifting fun, off the streets and in a safe environment dedicated to reminding drivers what drifting is about. If you are in the area I highly suggest heading to one of the events, you can find out more about Club Loose at there site http://www.clubloose.com.