The first weekend of August is a party beacon for car lovers across the UK, with people from all over the isle flooding the Santa Pod gates.
USC isn’t just about the cars, the racing and the stunt shows, it’s also about the festival-feel at night time when the main stage becomes a headlining stage for music acts, Mr & Miss USC and much, much more!
Talking stunt shows, Michelle Westby was out in the R32 Skyline doing a few drift demos borrowing the Performance Direct promo girls to aid in her display.
So when you’re told that a 400-bhp Skyline is going to drift around you, approxamitly a foot away, what do you do? Take a selfie, of course!
Speaking of guts, Lee Bowers wowed the crowds with his insane bike stunts.
Lee also teamed up with Terry Grant, another mad man, both pulling off stunts in sync.
The guys from Fitment Junkies took centre stage on the Performance Direct stand, displaying five of their members rides. One of the cars on display was an R34 Skyline in a stunning yellow, modelled here by the Performance Direct promo girls!
The Drift Taxi arena also attracted large crowds, seeing both German and Japanese metal attacking the circuit. Drifting has increased in popularity over the past few years, although it has actually been around for a lot longer than people think.
The Show’n’Shine was also booming with some fine examples from a range of different scenes.
Here are the rest of the images, as always, big thank you to our photographer Darren Skidmore for the amazing work!