This is London. Early in the morning. Far too early. The reason for waking up at an ungodly hour on a Sunday? Players Show 5.0 had landed.
Players Show is in it’s fifth year and is fast becoming the show to attend to see the best cars the UK has to offer. There are several reasons why if you can, you should definitely get yourself down to a Players in the future.
First off is the setting.
It’s rare that I’ve got the chance to shoot anything other than drifting it seems this year. The sheer number of events we’ve been treated to this season have meant that whenever a non-drift weekend comes along I like to make the most of it by spending time at home with my family or generally doing something altogether non-car-related.
This put me in an interesting juxtaposition this weekend. The British Drift Championship takes place on Sunday only for this round.
We and the fellas at Drifted have been talking a good while about the idea of working together in creative ways that could not only help each community grow but to bring about some great collaborations. It’s with this in mind, that we are proud to announce Drifted joining the StanceWorks Syndicate. To kick things off, Alex Quail and Jordan Butters have put together a creative writing piece on how they see wheel fitment playing a strong role in the world of drifting…
Thankfully for car enthusiasts across the UK, the depressing British winter is starting to make the transition in to the depressing British spring. This means we can start to bring our projects out of winter-mode, and meet up in car parks to take photos and chat, without fear of contracting pneumonia.
Ashamedly not spending enough time in the regional UK section of the Stanceworks forum, I first heard about this meet through word of mouth.