Fredric Aasbo wins PRO Round One, Chelsea DeNofa claims Round Two win, and Rookie Joshua Love is PRO2 Round One victor
After a lengthy and unavoidable delay to the 2020 Formula DRIFT season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the teams gathered for the opening Crossroads Round at World Wide Technology Raceway located near St Louis, MO. And in an effort to still deliver eight PRO category rounds there would be a compressed format this year, with each venue hosting a double-header for the PRO category on Saturday and Sunday, and the PRO2 category on Friday.Continue reading
Date: Friday, September 4, 2020
Location: World Wide Technology Raceway near St Louis, MI
Event: Formula DRIFT Link ECU PRO2 Championship, Round One
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Pro Round 2 – Top 32 Live Stream
Pro Round 1 – Top 16 + Finals Live Stream
The 2019 Formula DRIFT Black Magic PRO Championship and Formula DRIFT Link ECU PRO2 Championship set up camp this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway near Dallas for the Advance Auto Parts Showdown presented by Rain-X. As the final round for the Link ECU PRO2 Championship, and with 12 drivers having a mathematical chance of taking the title, the capacity crowd was guaranteed intense entertainment. It was also the penultimate round of the PRO category, with the top six drivers separated by just 76 points, so there would be a lot of pressure on the top teams to try to break away from the pack.
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.