Saturday marked round 2 of the Formula Drift Pro Championship. This time the event would have the teams travel across the country from the previous round in the streets of Long Beach to Orlando, Florida’s banked oval track. Around 10,000 people sat on the edge of their seats. Taylor Hull and his team were feeling confident after the previous event.
Here we are! The start of the 2019 Formula Drift Pro Drifting Championship is upon us. We have a number one qualifier. We have a full field of 32 cars! We have a beautiful California weather day at the Legendary Long Beach circuit. The stage is set! It’s time for Formula Drift Top 32!
Competing at the highest level in Formula Drift, is a dream of most US drifters is some form or fashion. It’s a dream most will not ever achieve. As with all professional sports, and motorsports is no different, only the best of the best get to the big stage to compete. We sat down with 2019 Formula Drift Pro 2 rookie contender, Dmitriy Brutskiy, to talk about what it took to get to the Pro 2 series, where he came from and what his plans are for 2019.
The Formula Drift Pro Drifting Championship is set to kick off its 2019 season this weekend at the Historic Streets of Long Beach, CA. Defending Champion James Deane and many other drivers took place in Media Day at Long Beach yesterday, giving us an inside look at the upcoming season and some new rides and liveries.
It’s been 24 hours since the 2018 Formula Drift drifting season ended in a heart pounding, drama filled, display of drifting put on by some of the best drifters in the world. If you are really a fan of drifting and Formula Drift, last night had everything!
Irwindale Speedway plays host to the Formula Drift 2018 Finals this weekend, with championships being decided in both series. The Formula Drift Pro2 Championship was first to be decided on Friday night as 16 drivers prepared to do battle at the “House of Drift” for the final time in 2018.