I guess I shouldn’t be surprised they made it out unscathed—these are two of the best drivers in the world.
Hey, remember when Ken Block turned his stage rally Mk2 Ford Escort into a tarmac-spec Gymkhana car? Yes, that was yesterday. Now watch it shred tires like a beast with Formula Drift pro Ryan Tuerck at the wheel.
Pops has left you with a bunch of stupid chores to do. How do you enjoy yourself? Do some doughies in his pickup.
What if you don’t have the flame-spitting, huge horsepower car of your dreams? What if you’re stuck driving your mom’s minivan? Can you still do a burnout? Uh hell to the yes you can.
The swamp muck tourist trap Times Square is unquestionably the most crowded, busy, garbage place to take a car just about anywhere in the world. So we took this 500 horsepower “street car” built by professional drifter Ryan Tuerck there to see if it could handle it.
Tug of war in the automotive realm is usually done with bend-prone lifted trucks. Formula Drift professional nutbars Ryan Tuerck and Chris Forsberg tried the game out with their drift cars.
What’s the best way to test two of the best pro drifters in the world? With completely ridiculous challenges, including car-to-car paintball.
If you own a new sports car — let’s say you have a Nissan 370Z — how much power would you make from a twin turbo kit, and how hard would it be?
Ryan Tuerck finished on the podium at the opening round of Formula Drift over the weekend. He had a shot at the top, only to get stopped by a mechanical failure. Watch him join in with his crew and try to swap his seized diff in their allotted five minutes of time.
Last year they built a quick beginner’s drift car for around $5000. Now they’re bringing a thrashed old Nissan 240SX back to decent shape and installing a twin turbo setup on a factory-fresh 370Z, too!
What do you do when you own a Spyker C8? Call up Formula Drift pro Ryan Tuerck and get him to run out its Audi V8 and slay its rears.
Formula D's Ryan Tuerck continues his quest to drift the entire world, and here's his recap of life in New Zealand. It's bonkers over there.
It's like if you crossed the American car scene with Japan's: big V8 muscle cars right beside stout JDM tuner rides.
This is Formula Drift Pro Ryan Mountain Man Tuerck climbing 2,000 feet up Vermont's Burke Mountain in his 'street' Scion FR-S complete with 2JZ swap. Unreal.
Well, I guess this is what happens when you send Formula Drift pro Ryan Tuerck to the northeastern corner of Europe.
A missile car is what happens when you build a drift car too nice to thrash with willful abandon on a track. You get the beater-iest beater that will spin a wheel and go to town. This is how Europe gets that done.
What would you do for a 55 gallon drum of fuel?
What would you do if you just finished building a stripped, caged, stroked 2JZ Scion FR-S?
Ryan Tuerck: women want him, men want his access to private motocross tracks, a large number of beater Nissans, and a professional Formula Drift seat in an 800+ hp Toyobaru. Here's how his summer is going, in case your jealousy-meter was running low.