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Formula DRIFT Round 2: Unchartered Territory; Orla...

  What would you be thinking coming into Rd 2 with high stakes on the table after Deane took top of the podium in Rd 1? Well, the Pro 1 field of cars were here to rock the pavement and put the pressure hard into doors. With Orlando Speed World giving one wild bank to ride, the hesitations to tap wall here were nonexistent! We always love this track’s ability to let the fans get up close and personal in turn one.   The shake down runs in practice Friday morning showed that everyone was on their A-game. To no surprise, qualifying went just as smooth. But competition is when things got hot and heavy. James Deane, coming...

Formula DRIFT Streets of Long Beach

Formula DRIFT Round 1: Streets of Long Beach 7 years dormant from the series, James Deane returns and takes the podium.     The Streets of Long Beach brought out the big burners through turns 9-11 once again. With it’s 14th season kicking off in the traditional, beautiful weather of Southern California, the stakes were driven deep in taking the first round of Formula DRIFT. And the drive could be seen in the aggression of these drivers. The drivers weren’t the only folks ready to clutch kick this season into gear. These fans came in the thick. They filled every seat in the stands to root on their favorite names behind...

Get Wrecked | J. Redmond’s Mustang Pt 1. May29

Get Wrecked | J. Redmond’s Mustang Pt 1.

Get Wrecked J. Redmonds Mustang pt.1 Words by Emil Garcia Photography by Nelson Queralta While in LA for Formula D Long Beach a few weeks back, the State of Stance team took some time to hang out with a good friend of ours, Joey Redmond. The plan was to chit chat over lunch, but when Joey pulled up in his gorgeous mustang we could not pass up the opportunity to get a few shots. This is just a sneak peek into what’s to come in the future, stick around for updates on this powerful pony! ...

SEMA 2012

SEMA 2012 Re-Kindled Enthusiasm Photography by Frank Leon & Michael Alvarado Specialty Equipment Market Association, or SEMA as the rest of the world knows it. Once again we attended SEMA and much to our surprise there was a resurgence of enthusiasm in the air. The past couple years at SEMA had been good, but it did not have that “WOW” factor, maybe it had something to do with a harsh economy or whatever. This year there were so many manufacture builds that they overflowed into the outside parking and show areas, and not just slapped together garage builds, we saw a lot of quality built vehicles. There was also a continued growth...