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.
Here are some factors from the third round of the 2019 schedule that every fan—including myself—might take for granted in the current era of Formula DRIFT.
2018 was a particularly amazing year, as it contained my first trip to Japan, along with trips to a few of America’s most famous racing circuits. Follow along as I retrace my steps, and discuss my five favorite Front Street Media moments of 2018.
Speeds were high, and great throttle commitment was required going into the long sweepers of Formula Drift’s inaugural event at Gateway Motorsports Park just outside of St. Louis, Missouri.
Evergreen Speedway might be Formula Drift’s fastest course, with drivers regularly accelerating to triple-digit speeds through the initiation zone, and has possibly seen the most collisions when compared to any other stop in the series’ history.
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.