In many ways, this was the craziest and most intense year of Formula Drift to date. People who could’ve easily taken a year off instead chose to amaze!
In this strange year fragmented by a global pandemic and economic uncertainty, the Global Time Attack (GTA) Finals still shattered records and expectations.
Better late than never, Formula Drift’s first-ever doubleheader event in St. Louis showcased everything we can expect from the exciting series in 2020.
Garret Randall’s 1970 Chevy Corvette packs a punch as an autocross dominator, and does so encased in a breathtaking custom widebody with perfect paint.
They’ll stay on your ass around the track just as closely as they’ll help you in the pits. Welcome to the competitive family atmosphere of VTEC Club.
Every November since 2004, the continent’s fastest cars have taken to the California desert to determine who’s fastest—this year’s GTA Finals explains why.
The season-long excitement of Formula Drift comes down to one final event: the battle of Irwindale. A champion is crowned, and a longtime competitor earns redemption.
In the wake of this latest Gridlife South Festival, possibly the biggest change is that it may very well be the series’ last.