Automotive customization has been part of my life since childhood. The culture you find around other car enthusiasts is a sense of comradery and respect no matter what the project. I have found the same to be true at an even higher level when it comes to racing. Some of the best examples of teamwork have come from competitors and local drift events lending a hand to each other. These are the reasons we continue to pursue both custom car builds and drift/time attack racing.
Historically I started off in the car show scene around 2002. After a year or two of that, I tried my hand at drag racing for a year, then quickly moved to SCCA autocross and also spent a year doing SCCA Hill Climb events in Northeastern PA. At that point a friend invited me to a local drift event with ClubLoose in the parking lot of Englishtown Raceway. I was immediately hooked and have been drifting since 2008. In 2018 we added a new Ford Mustang GT to the stable and have also circled back around to Time Attack races with GridLIFE.
Drawing upon the years of experience with racing, building custom cars, suspension tuning, and aerodynamics, we’ve recently begun fabrication of our own parts using in-house 3D printing technology and partnerships with various manufacturers. After frequent requests to work on other projects, we have also started taking on limited customer projects.