It’s funny, you never know how bad you are at “time estimation” until you take on a massive project like re-engineering a race/drift car… Naturally, I thought I’d have a good bit more manpower help on this but sometimes things just workout that way. It’s also taken far more money to get everything done than I would have EVER-expected and that part really hasn’t been fun!
While it’s been a good bit of time since my last email update, I can assure you that things have not been idle here at D’Vanz Motorsports. It’s getting close to the start of the 2015 drift-season and it feels like I am going in every direction possible as work, car-builds and business-expansion are all on the agenda.
So as most of you know, Jon and I ran down to Miami Homestead Speedway last week so I could compete in the Formula Drift Pro-2 event driving the Chelsea DeNofa Motorsports BMW. It was the first event for the new Pro-2 category and the first time any Formula D cars had been on that track. The Homestead Speedway provided us a great venue to both work out of and compete and all-in-all, I’m very glad we went down.
In 2-days will mark my Formula Drift competitive return to the series I’ve been chasing these last few years. The 2014 FD Season has already kicked into high-gear and is making it’s 3rd-stop on the tour at the Miami Homestead Speedway on May 29th-30th. This will be my first event of the season and I very excited to be back.