For the last year videographer/director duo Will Roegge and Joshua Herron have been traveling the country in an effort to document the national movement by grassroots enthusiasts every where to “KEEP DRIFTING FUN“. Well during the Formula Drift Atlanta weekend the pair not only debut their movie to a full house they also announced that instead of forking over cash for a DVD the complete short-form documentary would be available online, for FREE! So far it has hit Vimeo but we are hoping it will also show up on YouTube (so we can watch on TV via Xbox) and iTunes in the near future. For now you can scroll down and watch the whole thing for yourself!
In the weeks before Formula Drift Long Beach you probably heard a lot of talk about a dude named Daigo Saito. If you don’t know who he is then you were probably puzzled over why this guy is such a big deal. Well, let me tell you why. This guy is one of the best Japanese drifters since N.O.B. Taniguchi (maybe better), he is a D1 champion, and he does stuff like this. This year hes come across the ocean to compete in Formula Drift and despite getting into a new car, driving for a new team, on new tracks hes ever even seen before, this guy made the podium in his very first outing!
The team from Keep Drifting Fun, Will Roegge and Josh Herron turned their highly expensive cameras on Saito-san during the weekend of Formula Drift Long Beach in an effort to capture his awesome-ness on film. If you really want to know who Daigo Saito is, this flick is a good introduction so scroll down below and watch children!
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A year ago Will Roegge and Joshua Herron AKA “The Neptunes” of video set fourth on a cross country journey to find and document groups and individuals who still enjoy drifting for what it is at its heart; People who are not concerned with getting competiton licenses or finding a sponsor but those who drift just because its fun. Their documentry, titled “Keep Drifting Fun” is on the verge of its debut but it is not quite ready yet, although the duo wanted to show us what they had in store so they released the official trailer which you can see below in glorious HD. For more info on “Keep Drifting Fun” find them on facebook at facebook.com/KeepDriftingFun.