My drifting history started in 2016 with a 95 Nissan 240sx s14 with very minimal upgrades.
I started drifting in warehouse parking lots and the streets at night, really dangerous and reckless. Started going to upshift drift events and Lone star events that were local to the DFW area. That's where I fell in love with the culture.
2017 I wanted to start competing in Lone Start Drift events so I bought a 2003 Nissan 350Z and had to go thru the process of learning a new vehicle to compete and just went to events, enjoyed the culture and the crazy amount of seat time. 2018 took time off to rebuild the z so I could be ready for 2019 drift season. In 2019 I took full advantage of the Z being a nice daily drift car and drove it to full lock drift events, novice garage, Lone star. 2020 I met jamal and formed the slides Bois drift club, started street drifting since the whole world was shut down for a year no events, got into Asseto Corsa. Switch to a 2006 Ford Mustang Gt learned another new car and ended up wreaking and putting it back together with a newer shell and fdf angle kit.
I started actually competing with Lone Star drift Texas street legal series. So for about 2 years I just grassroot drove, competed here and there for the experience, borrowing cars like a G35 from Jamal Dieb at one point for a comp. Started helping out with urban drift events which eventually led to me becoming our lead instructor!