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 second stanza of FD’s Midwest stop brought course changes and unpredictable performances as a result. Who came out on top?
Formula Drift’s season-ending event was full of drama and dynamic displays of driving prowess, with three final-round battles required to determine the 2018 Champion. In the end, James Deane took home his second straight title thanks to help from a past champion.
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.
A tricky result of the Formula Drift Seattle bracket granted teammate tandems never before seen in competition. Only the strongest competitors from each team advanced, but who took the win?
Formula Drift’s season opener on the streets of Long Beach, California saw a new challenger mix into the fray between the series stalwarts. Fresh from a seven-year hiatus, James Deane shook up the Formula Drift competition.