For those of you that have been following the JDM / Drift Allstars Series, you would know that the last Event is probably one of the biggest, bringing some of the best drivers together, under the shadow of Wembley Stadium. 2011 was definitely no small feat, the event was held back in it's original location in the Green car park at Wembley, a huge space that allows for fast entry into the first corner, followed by a series of turns that would be challenging to the best drivers, Bringing the cars in close to the clipping points, testing the limits of grip with the slippery tarmac that makes up the car park ground.
It's not Just the drivers that make the show, there were some major players in the car world supporting the show :-
Hellaflush had a serious display of cars, from Super Low Golfs, to a Very tidy looking Audi running Bentley Wheels.
London Motor Museum brought down some very different cars, including a Bizarre "Donk" running 26" Rims
Fueltopia were also sporting a Stand, with a Display of cars that would rival most major shows, from specced out drift weapons, the Mac Tools R34 Skyline owned by Garage-D, an RS-74 Porsche by NUR.Motorsport and of course the Mental Methanol Altered Dragster of Bennett Racing - all of which brought in the crowds and put the Fueltopia stand over and above the rest.
Supporting these were a number of UK Car Clubs, bringing out some serious toys on display under the Wembley Arch.
Julian Smiths Toyota Chaser, wearing some Gumball 3000 Apparel.
The Day started out well, with the Drivers taking to the Tarmac on Saturday, pushing the laws of physics out the window... getting closer and closer to the wall, showing an amount of skill that most drivers could only hope for.
Daijiro Yoshihara, of D1 GP Fame from the USA, taking the challenge of driving the DWS15 of Phil Morrison.
There will be more photo from our other Photographers, because no doubt I will have missed something or someone along the way.
Overall standings, 1st Place - James Deane, 2nd Place - Nigel Colfer, 3rd Place - Walton Smith.