Phil C // Driver

Country: USA
Occupation: DJ
Website: www.Mischief.tv
Featured in:
Mischief 7 Joyride
Mischief 8 (Coming Soon)
Cars Featured in Mischief:
2008 BMW 335i: Exterior: Matte Black Kidney Grilles BMW Mtech Sideskirts GP Thunder 8500k Angel Eyes CF Roundels JL Motoring CSL Trunk BMW Aero Lip Matte Black Lower Grilles Interior: M Sport Shift Knob ECS Vent Boost Gauge Performance: 3.0L Twin Turbo N54 Motor BMS Juice Box Stage 3 v1.4 BMS Dual Cone Intake CP-E Catback Exhaust Ultimate Racing Catless Downpipes HKS Super Sequential Blow-Off Valve Suspension: H & R Sport Springs Wheels/Tires: 19 x 8.5, 19 x 10 - BBS RG-R Red Centercaps 245/30/19, 275/30/19 - Hankook Ventus V12

2011 BMW 335i: Work in progress.

Background - How you got into cars and how did you hear about Mischief?
"We got to know Phil at local MD car meets in the early 2000s and he really started hanging out with us in 2008. Now we can't get rid of him! Phil is also a pretty damn good DJ in DC." - Dustin

"Growing up I always loved cars and watching all the older kids in high school drive around in their hooked up rides. I loved reading car magazines and spotting modified cars on the road and always dreamed of having a fast car.

It all started with Hondas and Acuras when everyone was doing engine swaps like H22As put into Integras and Civics. Back then this was all the cool kids were doing (at least the ones who could afford it and I wasn't one of them). My first car was a 1999 Honda Prelude that was fully modified (naturally aspirated). I can still remember scraping up any money I had to spend on parts for it. Eventually I moved into German cars starting first with a 2004 Audi A4 1.8T and then a 2004 Audi S4 and most recently my two BMW 335is.

I met Dustin around 2001-2002 at a performance shop in Maryland when Mischief was first taking flight and quickly became a huge fan. There was nothing quite like it and Mischief really went above and beyond to expose the world to the car world and underground street racing which was all the rage at the time. They were doing things that I and many car enthusiasts had never had a chance to witness first hand so needless to say we were all glued to the screen!"

Favorite Mischief Moments - Your favorite story while filming for Mischief?
"The best Mischief moments always take place when we travel to different events throughout the U.S. It's a great group we have and we always have a great time no matter where we go. Not only do we drive hard but we definitely know how to party hard too! One of my favorite moments filming for Mischief was when I organized the drive to ISP which took us all the way around the capital beltway (this made the news!). We had all sorts of amazing cars and bikes ranging from very heavily modified ones to exotics and it was really a spectacle as we made our way around the beltway hitting speeds upwards of 150mph! In the end everyone made it safely and the day was a great success."
Anything else you want to add?
"Dustin has been working hard on the upcoming Mischief movie so stay tuned!"