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It’s a new year and a new season of Pats Acres Racing Complex drift events. If you’re a drift nut like most of the PantyHeist staff and live in the Northwest, PARC events are a must see.



A lot of the time, you find the most bad ass cars just parked. This S14 was extremely clean and had panty dropper written all over it.



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Like always, many drifters that you find at Pats Acres aren’t really from the Portland Area. Being an unfamiliar car and having a Evergreen Drift sticker on it, my bet is that this guy traveled from Northern Washington.



Who needs a front end on a drift car anyways? At PantyHeist, we like it “Raw.”



There were actually three different Mustangs on the track. This one is owned by a Seattle area drifter, Michael Burns, and is equipped with a turbocharged Cobra engine.



It wasn’t the first time Wing Huang was at Pats Acres. At other PARC events, his red E30 has left many skid marks on the track before. Wing too, is a Seattle-based drifter and rolled down to the event with Michael Burns and a couple of friends.



I love this car! The Fastback Mustang is one of the most desired American cars around; converting it into a Drift Cop just makes it that much better.



It’s amazing how an experience driver such as Austin Slagen and an underpowered car (KA24E) can keep up in tandems with cars running boost.



This is how the drifters signal the event staff that they want to “tandem.”



One of our friends “Tyler Pearce” was tearing the track up.



After catching his car on fire (you can still see the damage from the fire on his quarter panel) at a previous PIR’s Nasa drift event, it was good to see a good friend of mine, Theo Brosnan back on the track. Overall, I had a good time at Parc.



This particular s13 had what sounded like a massive V8.

Unfortunately, media track access was full but that didn’t stop the fun.

Photos by: Yev Vasilyuk of “Yev’s Photography
Written by: Yev Vasilyuk

Edited by: Yerem Saribekian

Written by yerem saribekian — February 19, 2014

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