laterald round6
This is it guys. The title fight for the 2012 Lateral Drift Championship will go down to the wire at Round 6 this December 8 at the Clark Expo Grounds in Pampanga.
After the melee at Round 5's night drift, Alex Perez of Team Yellowcab bumps up to the championship ladder and now leads 17 points ahead of closest rival and 2011 Champion, Audel Sison from Autocraft Drift. Meanwhile, Boodie Dabasol from Team Turbo Cafe still has a shot in third place, but a 51 point deficit from Perez would be hard to claw up.
Last time the series visited Clark Expo was back in September for Round 2 in this year's championship. It was Dabasol who took the win then with Sison coming in a close second, while Perez's car problems pushed him out of the Top 4. So who will in the championship in 2012? Will it be a 6th title for Perez, a 2nd title for Sison, or a 1st time for Boodie.
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laterald round5
As the championship battle heats up, the 2012 Lateral Drift Championship takes the challenge a step further when it invades the Clark International Speedway (CIS) at night on November 24, 2012 for Round 5. They teamed up with Emperor Motorsports' 0 to 400 Challenge and Circuit Showdown's Time Attack to create a whole day of high octane action.
The Time Attack first takes the track from 7:00AM to 2:00PM. Then, from 2:00PM onwards, the drag race and drifting go side-by-side as they burn up some serious rubber until midnight.
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Now on its half-way-point, the 2012 Lateral Drift Championship is shaping up to be one of the most highly-contested seasons in its history. With only 72 points separating the top four pro drivers in the title race, catch the high-flying sideways action as they head to Round 4 this Saturday, September 29 at the shoe capital of the Philippines in Marikina City.
This is not the series' first time to visit the venue. It hosted the last two rounds of last year's championship, where Audel Sison of Team Autocraft Drift clinched the title. Situated right behind the Marikina Sports Complex in Parang, Marikina, every last inch was packed with spectators in 2011 as they all enjoyed the new adrenaline-pumping sport of drifting. So, to make the show even better, the City of Marikina offered a bigger venue in front of the City Hall this year that will not only allow for a bigger track, but also accommodate even more spectators.
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After an action-packed Round 1 saw reigning champion Audel Sison defend his title, the 2012 Lateral Drift Championship is shaping up for an even more exciting Round 2. But instead of just burning rubber, they're out to prove that drifters too have a heart, on August 18, 2012 at the Clark Expo open parking grounds
Dubbed as “Drift for a Cause”, Round 2 will be a fund raising event for the benefit of our countrymen in Pampanga, who were affected by the non-stop rain between August 6 to 8, 2012 that flooded most of Central Luzon. 
Organized by the Lateral Drift Production and Creator Studio, this leg will be held in conjunction with a Car Show and Sound Off. Entry fee for the Car Show and Sound Off is P1,500/car. And exclusive for this round, they'll be offering Drift Rides at P250/person and even Drift Lessons for those who want to get a grip on drifting. There'll also be an on-site Carwash for a fee. All the proceeds gathered from this event will be donated to flood relief operation in Pampanga.
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After nine action-packed rounds and one new champion in 2011, the Lateral Drift Championship is finally ready to get sideways this 2012, starting with the 1st Round this Saturday, July 28, at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila. The tire-burning action begins promptly at 1:00 PM and last through the night until 8:00 PM. Admission is free to anyone who wants to see these monsters burn up some rubber. 
Get ready for the 7th year running of the Philippines' premier drifting series. This season will have a full calendar of six rounds that will begin this July and last until the month of November. Four of the rounds will be held in the heart of Manila at the Quirino Grandstand, while the remaining two will take the challenge back to the Clark International Circuit in Pampanga.
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The boys from the Lateral Drift Productions are hard at work to bring yet another exciting and smoke-filled weekend this September as they gear up for Rounds 6 and 7 of the 2011 Lateral Drift Championship. After an eventful night race and engine killer loop at Rounds 4 and 5 last July, the series returns to the Clark International Speedway (CIS) in Pampanga this September 10 and 11. Round 6 revisits the Tank Slapper that takes the action back to the track's infamous chicanes used in the season's opener. Round 7, on the other hand, brings with it a new challenge by running on fresh patch of the CIS' sequence of corkscrew turns.
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After it was cancelled due to poor weather conditions, Rounds 4 and 5 of the 2011 Lateral Drift Championship has finally been rescheduled on July 23 and 26, 2011. And to pump up the action even higher, 1320 Drag Shootout will hold their 1st Invitational Night Drag Race on Saturday, while a Car Club Meet and Open Track Day will be run alongside Sunday's event.  
The 2011 Lateral Drift Championship is well underway with three different winners coming out on top in this year's first three rounds. As the next top spot is free game for our contenders, Rounds 4 and 5 will surely be another exciting weekend at the Clark International Speedway (CIS) in Pampanga happening this Saturday and Sunday, July 23 and 24, 2011. Turbocharged by PLDT myDSL, plug-in as they turn night into day on track for Round 4 with this year's first-ever “Night Drift” and go hardcore as the “Engine Killer Loop” returns for Round 5. It’s gonna be one heck of a steak-out this weekend at Clark!
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The Lateral Drift Championship Pro-Am Series is making the 2011 season bigger than ever. Nine rounds of adrenaline-pumping, engine-revving, tire-burning sideways action are scheduled this year to tour around drift venues at the Luneta Grandstand in Manila, Venice Piazza in McKinley Hill, Taguig, and the Clark International Speedway (CIS) in Pampanga. 

With the growing popularity of drifting worldwide, the Philippines is set to prove that our drivers, cars, and tracks are ready for the global drifting scene. This year, more drivers are expected to compete in the series with international drivers from Guam, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore joining in the fray. And to set the bar even higher, judges from around the Asian region will be invited to judge several rounds in this year's series. 
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