New Maxxis Drift DVD
Under: Maxxis Sport on
18 December 2012
Maxxis is pleased to announce the release of a new DVD which
captures the tyre smoking action from all six rounds of the 2012
Maxxis British Drift Championship.
Motorsport fans can now relive the excitement of an exhilarating
season with this official review of the Maxxis-sponsored series by
Duke Video. Titled 'Go Hard or Go Home', it chronicles the
full story of the Semi Pro, Pro and Super Pro championships and
features some creative camera work, including on board footage that
puts the viewer at the centre of the sideways action.
"The Maxxis British Drift Championship offers us the ideal
platform to showcase our high performance tyres, including the
popular MAZ1 on which the specialist MAZ1 Drift tyre used to such
tremendous effect by 2012 Super Pro champion Paul Smith and
constructors' title winners Team Japspeed where Paul is based,"
said Maxxis International UK's managing director Derek
"As we look forward to 2013, this new DVD is a superb reminder
of the amazing skills on display during a season in which all the
titles were won at the final round showdown at Knockhill, and
national TV coverage helped to swell the sport's fan base."
Produced by Greenlight TV - which was instrumental in generating
huge exposure for drifting and put the Maxxis brand in front of a
TV audience of hundreds of millions via coverage on Channel 5, ESPN
and Sky Sports - this new DVD reinforces Maxxis' standing in the
sport. It gives a real insight into drifting, with close ups
of the cars plus driver introductions and technical explanations of
what drifting is all about, including the rules and judging.
'Go Hard or Go Home' is out now and motorsport fans can get a
taste of the high octane action at:
For further information about Maxxis high performance tyres,
which are available exclusively through the UK's largest tyre
distributor, Stapleton's Tyre Services, contact Stapleton's on 0870
60 54321 or visit www.stapletons-tyres.co.uk or take a look around
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