Round Five of Formula Drift is where championships can be won and lost. Generally speaking, there’s quite a substantial point spread, and if the past few years have told us anything, it can be either a breaking point or push the leaders that much further into the lead. Check out our full coverage of FD Round 5 at Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, WA.
The sun was barely peeking out from the clouds on that cold Cinco de Mayo. But it was the season's first Drift Colorado Point Series event at IMI Motorsports Complex in Dacono, Colorado. Cold for us, but it was the perfect temperature for turbochargers to suck in all the cool air they wanted and keep those engines happy.
This past weekend, we were excited that the Colorado weather could hold out just long enough for the local enthusiasts to dust off their vehicles and come together to enjoy yet another flawless event hosted by the Colorado Unlimited Sports Car Club (CUSCC). Hundreds (955 to be exact) made their way towards Boulder, Colorado for CUSCC's springtime meet where every automotive genre made an appearance from exotics to tuners, American muscle, Euros, hot-rods, vintage and even fully-prepped race cars. It's events like these that remind us why we love the Colorado automotive scene and look forward to its continued progress and growth through the help of organizations like CUSCC.
Colorado National Speedway became a smoky crime scene last Saturday as hundreds of tires were murdered in Triple Crown Drift’s final event of the year, aptly named Driftoberfest.
It’s hard to convey the cultural significance and sheer magnitude of an event like the Formula Drift championship. Last Saturday, the grounds of Irwindale Speedway were filled with the sights and sounds of the drifting world, as hordes of rabid fans packed the “House of Drift” for the final event of the season.