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FSR's first major Drift event a HUGE success!

Created on Friday, 16 April 2010 17:16


Fredric Aasbo, FSR Motorsport Creations and Japan Auto takes fourth place at Formula DRIFT: Streets of Long Beach!

Fredric Aasbo and the FSR Motorsport Creations Japan Auto team took out top names such as 2009 Formula DRIFT Champion Chris Forsberg in the NOS Energy Drink/MAXXIS Tire Nissan 350Z on their way to the final four. Leaving just three of the factory team heavy hitters such as Vaughn Gittin Jr., Rhys Millen and Tanner Foust before him on the podium, Fredric had the crowd go crazy over his super wide and consistent runs throuaghout the competition.  Starting with 52 of the best teams from around the world, the Japan Auto - FSR drift Supra shocked one after another heavy hitter and had Tanner's NASCAR powered Scion running scared.

- You brought style back to Formula DRIFT, Andy Yen, Official Judge of Formula DRIFT, commented after the tense battles.

Shaking off the outstanding first time outing for the new team, Fredric Aasbo and FSR Motorsport Creations are back in the shop updating the Japan Auto Supra from a slightly modified street car to a purpose built race car.

Sin City Showdown a big success!

Created on Saturday, 22 August 2009 00:39


FSR Motorsport Creations sponsored this year's Sin City Showdown in Las Vegas, NV.  The event was a big success with lots of cars hitting the track, the streets, and the dyno.  With the affiliated partying that you can always expect from any Las Vegas meet, everyone had a great time from what we can remember.

The dyno day saw the MKIV's laying it down thick; four or five 900+whp cars, at least one over 1000whp through an auto (!), and the "low" horsepower cars coming in around six and change.

The drag event was a blast as well, with Shaun's beautiful silver six speed knocking off a 10.8 by the end of the night on a 67mm, and our 19t car pulling off a 10.6 in the exciting finals against a big block '69 Camaro to bring home the win.

Big thanks to Jeff at Jaw's Gear and Axle for putting on a great show!

Dale's 97 VR-4 Goes 11.2@125

Created on Tuesday, 10 August 2004 06:30

Still on the stock td04 turbine housings, stock exhaust manifolds, intake manifold, stock heads/cams, and many other off the shelf parts, we took this car up to Bakersfield to see what it would run. The weather was fantastic, and on the first run out the car ran an 11.2@125. This was on just 22 psi, and we had a lot of room to move. We did a bit of tuning, gave it some power and came off the line on the 2step with anti lag. It just spun all four tires. Next run out we dropped boost in first down to 17 psi and it held up ok, but when boost bumped in second, it free spun the wheels in second right into the limiter. We knocked down boost in second, and dropped the boost in first a bit as well. With stepped boost control, Eric managed a high 1.6 short time on just 15psi in first, 22 in second, and 26psi in third. Fatal problem? The clutch let go, which prevented a quicker time, but at least we were able to beat our previous best of 11.4 @ 120! Remember that this is still a full weight car (3900 w/o driver) with street tires and a full interior on road race suspension! VIDEO