AN­I­MAL STYLE

ASH­LEIGH SITS DOWN WITH AMER­I­CAN DRIFT TEAM, AN­I­MAL STYLE, WHICH IS ALL ABOUT LOW CARS, DRIV­ING HARD, AND HAV­ING FUN

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HANG­ING OUT CALI STYLE WITH ONE OF THE RAD­DEST DRIFT CREWS ROCK­ING THE GRASS-ROOTS SCENE IN SOUTH­ERN CAL­I­FOR­NIA, DRIFT TEAM AN­I­MAL STYLE

find it dif­fi­cult to ex­plain my love af­fair with the US, but I think what it all boils down to is the amount of pos­i­tiv­ity that shines bright from its thriv­ing drift cul­ture. There is a cer­tain kind of seren­ity I seem to find when at­tend­ing events there, and it is def­i­nitely on a dif­fer­ent level from some of the lo­cal days back home in New Zealand. Whether it’s toss­ing wrenches be­tween pits or shar­ing beers among friends, you just can’t seem to beat a good ole Amer­i­can shake­down at the race­track. There is a drift team — An­i­mal Style — that stands in a league of its own. With the com­bi­na­tion of team mem­bers’ wild and ag­gres­sive driv­ing and laugh­ter and qual­ity time with like-minded peo­ple, it’s no won­der that they’re tak­ing the drift­ing world by storm.

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