The main competition for the fourth round of the 2015 season of Formula Drift was this past Saturday! While we experienced ideal weather conditions on Thursday and Friday, Saturday was met with drizzles, wind, and in the end very wet conditions. Check out the gallery below!
Saturday was practice day at Formula Drift Canada.
Check out our gallery below from today’s practice and qualifying at Wall Speedway!
Check out our gallery below for more photos from Thursday’s practice for round four of Formula Drift 2015!
Round 4 has begun at Wall Speedway, and the drivers are definitely not holding anything back.
Check out a full gallery below, and keep checking back for more updates throughout the weekend!
Today was a good day on track at l’autodrome St-Eustache! Day one of Round One of the Formula Drift Canada championship went off without a hitch and tommorow should be just as good!
Our own Canadian Richard Desaulniers sent-in this teaser shot to get you all worked up for some more Canadian coverage!
One of the many reasons I always come back to the world of drifting, other than the unhealthy love for the smell of burnt rubber and race fuel in the morning, is the many stories that intertwine continuously. May it be the track, the weather, the drivers, the cars, or any other element, all play a part in writing the final story.
Dave Egan and the IDC crew stepped up their game for the Irish Drift Championship Round 2 by hosting an all in door drift event at the Green Glens Arena in Millstreet. The world-renowned equestrian arena was taken over by a different type of horsepower for the weekend.
Sainte-Croix’s Riverside Speedway was playing host to round 2 of the 2015 DMCC championship on May 30th. Or it was supposed to. Rain washed out the event on the 30th, with huge storms rolling over the region. The 31st stayed rain-free, and so a dry track awaited the drivers on Sunday morning.
To wrap up our gallery series from the third round of the 2015 Formula Drift season, here is our gallery from Saturday! Congratulations to Ryan Tuerck for taking first place!