The highlight of this year hands down goes to All Star Bash, hosted by JustDrift. They have been hosting this event since 2007 at Willow Spring International Raceway. Over the years, All Star Bash has been moving closer to the end of the year to beat the heat. Most drivers come to have fun and hang out with others with no stress since competition season is over by this point. All Star Bash was held in November 10 and 11, 2018 at Horse Thief Mile and Streets of Willow Spring.
‼️‼️HORSE THEIF MILE‼️‼️
-✅ December 1st
-✅$90/ per driver
-✅SA2010+ Helmet …
-✅ $10 Toy for Charity/ passengers MandatoryDrivers meeting at 7:30.
-Tracks Hot at 8..
-Call/Text for questions: 805-861-8912
Or email📬 firstname.lastname@example.org
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As if it wasn’t tough enough for drivers and teams that the final round at Irwindale has always been a no holds barred pressure cooker (unforgiving concrete barriers and massive championship implications) this year’s points chase for the top spot came down to the last lap of a two one-more-time battle between “The Norwegian Hammer” Fredric Aasbo and “The Professional Fun Haver” Vaughn Gittin Jr. Continue reading
There is no place like home, as we come back to the world famous “House of Drift” Irwindale Speedway to end the 2018 Pro2 session. Unlike the Pro drivers having 8 rounds throughout the year, Pro2 drivers only have 4 rounds. There is no room for error and anything can happen. Only the top 8 overall drivers will have the chance to get their Pro license for next year.
2018 Formula DRIFT Black Magic Pro Champion James Deane (center) with second place Fredric Aasbo (left) and third place Piotr Wiecek (right)
Hot on the heels of the most thrilling Formula DRIFT Finals in the series’ 15-year history the organizers held their annual Awards ceremony last weekend. It gives them a chance to honor the top drivers, newcomers, fan favorites and the people who play an important part behind the scenes.
The 2018 Awards banquet includes categories for the Formula DRIFT Pro and Pro 2 categories, plus a special series of awards that bring to an end the FDXV celebrations.
Formula D made it triumphant return to the world famous ‘House of Drift’ Irwindale Speedway to cap of it’s 2018 Season. Defending champion and current points leader James Dean entered round 8 with a slight lead over Fredric Aasbo. Dean was looking to be the second driver to win back to back championships since Tanner Foust back in 2008