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!
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.
The NMRA World Finals and Holley Intergalactic Ford Festival came together to rock the house at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Kentucky. From drag racing to drifting and more, this event had it all.
The second stanza of FD’s Midwest stop brought course changes and unpredictable performances as a result. Who came out on top?
My first time at a Formula Drift event was an experience I’ll never forget. I came away from FDNJ with a new appreciation for the level of car control exhibited by these talented drivers.
The fun that is HyperFEST must be experienced; if you’re a motorsports enthusiast, then you’ll find something to enjoy at this automotive jubilee.
From dawn to dusk, each day showcased the versatility of the LS engine and the myriad applications it serves in the automotive realm.
Formula Drift is an exciting and breathtaking display of automotive prowess, and the Long Beach season opener offered a near-perfect example of its appeal.
The DSPORT Tuner Challenge presented by Vertex gives American fans of drifting on the DSPORT tour—along with special customers of Vertex—the chance to watch and interact with their favorite Japanese drift drivers. Here is my take on the festivities:
Somewhere between Formula Drift events, and the grassroots events we all love, is a fairly-new concept – motorsports festivals. Created as a bridge between various sections of the automotive community, these festivals include drifting, time attack, car shows, and of course the party that goes along with them.