Originating from the North Shore of Oahu, Hi, Forrest has been drifting since the age of 15. Growing up Forrest drove older, less expensive cars to practice the art, but has since moved forth to pilot fully built high horsepower racecars in the more recent years. He has always had a pedal-to-the-metal style, which has helped him achieve numerous victories and podiums around the world in several professional series. Forrest has been setting trends since 1991 when he was the first one on the island to complete a SR20DET swap. Following that, he attended and graduated the Leeward Community College automotive program, which, in addition to a great amount of hands-on learning, further taught him the ways of automotive mechanics. Forrest utilized his knowledge and started building bigger and better drift cars that helped him score victories in many professional drift events worldwide. Wanting to better himself and his knowledge of the workings of a racecar, Forrest moved to Arizona where he joined up with Full Race Motorsports and became a master at fabrication work. Forrest decided to put his automotive and business knowledge to work and came to Las Vegas, NV to open up shop with his own business, Get Nuts Laboratory. Since opening the doors, he and his team have taken on and completed many unique builds and projects. Forrest stays busy cranking out some of the best work on the West Coast, but always manages to spend at least a day or two every week on his own personal drift track practicing and improving his driving techniques. This proved to be very efficient as Forrest took first place in the 2012 Formula Drift Pro-Am series against some very good competition with his 2JZGTE swapped Nissan Silvia S13. Now with an undisputable Formula Drift license on hand, a self-built beast of a racecar ready to dominate, and a great, hard-working crew behind him, Forrest is ready to spend a lot of time on podiums in 2013.