Willow Spring International Speedway is in our opinion, one of the best locations to compete for a Formula D Pro 2 license. Each round consists of different track which comes with their own challenges. These challenges forces drivers to always stay on their toes and stay consistent. With only one more round left in the TopDrift series, we are very close to see who will be the next Pro 2 license holders.
After a long wait, we are finally back at Willow Spring International Speedway for the TopDrift series and the chance to earn a Pro2 license. Since 2002, JustDrift has been holding this event and has always catered to excited drivers, the ones who are serious and have a love for the sport. This year, Trent Beechum (@trenton_beechum), 2015 TopDrift championship took first place at Formula Drift Pro2 round 1. While Rome Charpentier (@romecp), 2018 TopDrift championship took second place.
As we come to a close to the 2018 TopDrift series, we are introduced to three drivers who earned their Formula D Pro 2-License. TopDrift is a four round series held by JustDrift and goes based on a points system similar to Formula D. The main crucial judging points are speed, line, angle and style. Depending on where you place in each round, a certain amount of points will be added. At the end of round 4, all the points are added and only the top three will receive their Formula D Pro 2-License.
As we get closer to the 2018 TopDrift FD ProAM championship held by JustDrift LLC. We start to see drivers take it to a whole new level for the win. TopDrift round 3 was held at Walt James Stadium in Willow Spring International Raceway. Sunblock was a must as the weather forecast for June 2-3, 2018 was at 100 degrees with no clouds to offer shade in between.