Results tagged with "Hankook Tire"
DESKTOP: Kearney v. Aasbo In The Wet
As a sport, drifting is often defined by how much smoke one can burn from their rear tires in a sideways slide. A wet track makes the sideways part a lot easier, but seriously negates the drama of puffy white clouds emitting from the car's ass-end. How then to capture the emotion and tension during a battle under rainy conditions?
EVENT: Stars Rise in Formula D NJ’s Main Competition
Formula Drift‘s competition from Wall Township, NJ has always been a deciding round of the championship, even when it falls in the middle of the season.…
EVENT: Formula D Road Atlanta: Battles Under the Lights
Ahead of this coming weekend's third Formula Drift round in Miami, we look back at how it all panned out at round two at the world-famous Road Atlanta, ATL…
BEHIND THE SCENES: Other Observations from Formula D Wall, NJ
Round four of the 2013 Formula Drift Pro Championship is in the books. Having recapped the Top 32 competition, let's now turn the spotlight over to some of the off-track antics from Wall Stadium...
EVENT: Practice and Qualifying from Formula D Wall, NJ 2013
For the fourth stop on the 2013 Formula Drift calendar, the series headed to Wall Stadium in New Jersey. This race traditionally finishes the East Coast run of the season before the competition shifts back West for the second half. Unlike past years, the track map had been changed by the organizers to more of a snail's shell layout, vs. the figure eight that was done previously. Read on to find out how practice and qualifying went down on Friday with this new route.
DESKTOP: Chris Forsberg’s NOS Energy Nissan 370Z
As Formula Drift's 10th season rolls on, one of the most familiar sights on the track has got to be Chris Forsberg's orange and black Nissan 370Z. The 2009 Champion is running his own team for 2013 as lead sponsor NOS Energy Drink dials back its program, but that hasn't stopped Forsberg from rising to the challenge…
EVENT: FD Wall’s Main Competition: Good Things Come To Those Who Wait
Wall Speedway's main competition was an all-out brawl. Round Four was the halfway mark of the season, and Justin Pawlak came into the event with a comfortable lead in the 2011 Formula Drift standings. Could anyone chase him down and close the gap? Follow the jump to find out!