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.
With the 2014 Formula Drift season literally right around the corner, everyone has been asking how things are coming in regard to drift events and my car’s condition. I’m happy to report that we’re making some really good progress in terms of new-construction and component upgrades.
So here it is based only on my personal observations. I preface it in this way because everyone has his or her own opinions and I have no need to debate what works better under these conditions or that. What my opinions are based on is my past 6-years of experience drifting MY sn95 chassis in all types of events across the country from grassroots to Formula Drift Pro-1. Continue reading