MotoIQ Radio: FORMULA DRIFT RADIO: Voice of Formula Drift Jarod DeAnda, 2012 Formula Drift Championship Team Owner Bryan Bridges of Bridges Racing, and Joey Redmond of Wrecked Magazine
By Justin Banner & Kerryann De La Cruz
Oh, man, what a season! The 2012 Formula Drift Championship is in the books and we'll have the guy who built the car, the guy who called it, and one of the guys who wrote about it besides J-Bann. That's right, we'll start with the Voice of Formula Drift, Jarod DeAnda, but if you ask the guy who made his plack, it's Jerod DeAnda. Then we'll have Bryan Bridges of Bridges Racing on, he's the man behind the build of Robbie Nishida's and Daigo Saito's 2012 Formula Drift rides. Oh, yeah, that also means he's the 2012 Championship Team Owner! Finally, we'll have Joey Redmond of Wrecked Magazine on with us to discuss 2012, judging, and what we have in store for 2013. He's the man with an ear to the ground in Formula Drift, let's see what he's heard!
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by Eric Hsu
The BNR32 Skyline GT-R is still the Nissan GT-R to me. You could argue the Hokosuka KPGC10 was the first GT-R. No disrespect to grandfather GT-R, but c'mon, are you going to tell me that 160bhp is exhilirating? The R35 is a GT-R too and is a technological marvel, but the last time I checked, the BNR34 was already a little too heavy albeit just (nothing some Z-tuned carbon parts can't fix). The BCNR33 GT-R? No comment unless you're going straight in a hurry. That only leaves one GT-R left: the BNR32, but I'd take a BNR34 GT-R as a substitute too.
Beyond the Dyno - Rotary Love 16X
By Eric Hsu
I love rotary engines even though I do not currently own a rotary powered vehicle. I'm just taking a break I suppose. I'm all about 6 cylinders at the moment, but I still love rotaries. After the jump is why I love rotaries, Hydrogen rotaries, and some information on the up and coming "big block' 16X Mazda rotary engine.
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