If you're more into circuit racing than drifting, you might be interested to head down south this weekend to the Batangas Racing Circuit as Tuason Racing School holds "Raceday" at the venue this weekend, September 28 and 29.
One of the races headlining the two-day event is the Philippine Touring Car Championship with more than 20 cars expected to compete in the series.
A Track Attack time trial will also be staged and allow participants to gauge their performance against professional race drivers by putting the emphasis on the car's dictated horsepower.
The Bridgestone Trackday also expects to bring in around 120 cars from Ford Club Philippines, Mitsu Club and LanEvo. And the third Hot Beats on Wheels car show will be held in conjunction with the event.
Finally, there's the TRS-Bridgestone Retro Race. After last year's staging saw more than 30 cars on the grid, this year's race is expected to line up more than 40 cars from 1985 and earlier.
So, Lateral Drift or this?