My first qualifying run was good enough to place me in the Top 16 but I knew I could do better, so on my 2nd run I decided to go all out and it ended up paying off
Here it is! The much anticipated first episode of Nate Hamilton Season 2!
Nate Hamilton, a young drifter from Texas, is the star of an upcoming drifting documentary. He also happens to be sponsored by Ksport and is running Ksport Slide Kontrol coilovers on his V8-swapped S13 240SX.
Rally4Life is a Canadian organization who is using motorsports as a platform to help raise awareness and funding for several charities throughout the world. Rally4Life is lead by Mark and Jackie Jennings-Bates, a husband-wife team who have dedicated their lives to helping bring water, shelter, and safety to communities in Africa.
Robert Campbell and his 20th Anniversary GTi won the Castrol EDGE “Unlock Your Performance” Contest for November! Check out Rob and his GTi!
Words/Photos by Eric Dayton of Ksport USA Ksport driver Tage Evanson and his Honda Civic were back at it again for the 2010 NASA Nationals Championship weekend. The team came prepared and gunning for the #1 spot in TTS Time Trials and the ST2 Super Touring Race Group.
Aaron Vaccar will be displaying his Ford Fusion Sport, which is showcasing Ksport products, at the 2010 SEMA Show in The Club booth (Booth #12911). Definitely make this booth a scheduled stop on your SEMA 2010 trip. Aaron will be giving out limited quantities of autographed posters on November 4th from 2-4 PM.
One of the many professional and amateur drivers sponsored by KSport USA, Jason Jiovani has proven himself to be a rising star in the drift scene. Hailing from Largo, Florida, USA and currently holding a Florida Drift Championship License, and a D1 Provisional License, Jason will be attempting to acquire his Formula D License this year.
Jason Jiovani, one of our sponsored drivers, sent over a few videos of him and some other Florida drifters demoing and instructing drifters down in Aruba. Drifting sure is growing as a sport, worldwide. Jason always seems to be trying to help less experienced drivers. Good work Jason, keep it up!