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.
Cornelius, NC (Oct 3, 2012) – It had been 2 months since the D’Vanz Motorsports team had run their Mustang in anger. Luckily for them, Virginia International Raceway is one of their favorite tracks and one that they’ve had a good amount of success at. Normally this long of a break causes some teams to lose focus, this break seemed to give DVM a chance to re-focus and really understand what they needed to do in this final event of their season.
Cornelius, NC (August 4, 2012)- For those new to following Doug Van Den Brink’s career, back when he raced Legends Cars, there was a couple of seasons where he won more events than any other driver at the famous Charlotte Motor Speedway. Racking up multiple Feature wins and even a National Championship, every time DV drives through the tunnel leading to the track’s infield, he has a feeling of coming home as he as the rest of the D’Vanz Motorsports crew feel that CMS is “their house”. Continue reading
Cornelius, NC (July 7, 2012)- Following the 4th Of July weekend it was back to business for the D’Vanz Motorsports crew, as they got ready for the third round of Formula Drift/Streetwise Pro-Am Championship. This would be a “parking lot” event as it was a cone-course laid out in the massive parking area at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s drag strip.