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ROUND 4 RECAP | GÜD ST AT VICDRIFT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Updated: Aug 6, 2019


Photo Credit: @GRIPSHIFTSLIDE.GSS

As usual, VicDrift hosted a good event last Saturday the 21st of July. Rain was no where to be seen and made way for a good day of drifting and lots of trains. The GÜD St boys showed up again with a couple of fresh faces, bringing that entertaining aggressive driving style that we love. Well done to the GÜD St boys that qualified and won their battles.


Expression sessions got wild and the drift trains got a bit loose, everyone pushing it harder, faster and closer. Not only closer to the wall, but closer to each other.

As expected when driving so close and aggressive, accidents do happen and theres nothing you can do about it but keep moving forward! Elijah got sandwiched mid train, writing off his car but still came out with a smile. This is what drifting is about. RIP NUG!

Photo Credit: @HARTNETTMEDIA

Lets hope he can get the re-shell done before Round 5 so we can see him out there shredding tyres again for the rest of the 2018 Victorian Drift Championship Series.

Well done to all the other drivers that competed and congrats to Adrian Punaro for taking out the win.


This was a special event for us, especially for our boy Matt Frich. Frichy's mum (Trish) was very ill, therefore Frich and The Boys would like to dedicate this round to her. "This Ones For You Trish" I hope we've done you proud.

Photo Credit: @HARTNETTMEDIA

Rest In Paradise Trish 31/7/2018 Forever Loved, Never Forgotten.

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Thank you to everyone that stopped by the GÜD St stall to say HI, show your support or to cop some gear. We appreciate all the positive comments and all the love we have been receiving.

We'll see you all at the next Calder Park Round, (Round 6). Until then, you can catch us on our social media pages @gudstofficial.

Photo Credit: @GRIPSHIFTSLIDE.GSS & @HARTNETTMEDIA

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