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.
The seventh stop on the Formula Drift tour saw wild action and an unexpected winner. We have killer photos right here!
Over the past several years, Gridlife has built its name on doing things differently. Take its most popular events: bash-style drifting combined with serious time attack competition and major car shows going down on race weekends, mixed in with camping and the 24/7 debauchery that goes with it.
Celebrating its milestone 100th event, Formula Drift slid into the weathered Wall Stadium Speedway for the fourth round of its 2018 Pro Championship. On a weekend rich with celebration for such an incredible achievement, the New Jersey stop experienced some unlikely twists that kept us scratching our heads all night.
Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary as the United States’ premier drifting series this year, Formula Drift has been hosting a round of its chaos on the Keyhole turn of the famed Road Atlanta racetrack each year since the series’ inception. This recent round of the 2018 season had us speechless when we left, so we compiled a list of the six reasons that made this round what it was.
For 2018, the Formula Drift championship’s first stop slides across the ocean-adjacent streets of Long Beach, California. Hosted on the iconic Long Beach Grand Prix course, I think this venue as the season opener is the perfect way to bring in the new year of drifting competition. Here’s why…
It’s that time of year when I get to indulge, and write what was going on in my mind during some of my favorite moments of the past year. Follow along as I walk you through my top four favorite Front Street moments of 2017.
Today, at the close of the series’ 2017 season at Irwindale Speedway, two monumental moments in the sport have come to pass: A thoroughly European team and driver have won Season Championship honors in the American series, and the beloved House of Drift has given us our final of so many fond memories along the way.
For a new approach to our recap of the St. Louis stop of the Street Driven Tour, we’ve compiled a top ten list looking into the most impressive and interesting drifting efforts from the Midwest event.