Monday, August 20th, was not a typical day at the office for Borla Performance Industries. The day was spent at the Willow Springs International Motorsports Park in Rosamond, California, about an hour north of Los Angeles. Willow Springs International Motorsports Park is a 600-acre complex that features seven racetracks for all types of motorsports. It has been open since 1953 and has not undergone any changes throughout its 55 years of existence. Willow Springs International Raceway (“Big Willow”) is the original track at the facility, but the park also includes a Pit and Paddock area as well as the following other tracks: Balcony Autocross and Skid Pad, Horse Thief Mile, Willow Springs Kart Track, Streets of Willow Springs, Speedway Willow Springs, and Walt James Stadium.
Borla had the Streets of Willow all to themselves. Red Guitar Films shot video footage of multiple cars with the help of Matt Field (Formula Drift Pro Driver), Graham Downey (Matt Field’s Crew Chief and NASA/SCCA Spec Miata Driver), and Andrew Schwartz (Vortech Superchargers). The cars in attendance were: Borla’s 2018 Ford Mustang GT, 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS, Chevrolet C7 Corvette, BMW F80 M3, Honda Civic Type R, a Vortech Supercharged Subaru BRZ, and Matt Field’s C6 Corvette Drift Car. Matt Field, Graham Downey, and Andrew Schwartz took turns driving the cars while Red Guitar followed in their Dodge Durango R/T camera rig vehicle.
Overall it was a fun day spent capturing exciting content that will be used in Borla’s promotional efforts moving forward. For all things Borla, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & YouTube.