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DVM Takes The Good With The Bad-

Cornelius, NC (May 23, 2012) – Following on the heels of their Atlanta “adventure”, on May 19-20, Doug Van Den Brink and the D’Vanz Motorsports team headed further south to Orlando, Florida for the opening round of the Xtreme Drift Circuit Eastern division. This was the first time the DVM crew had visited the Central Florida Motorsports Complex and they where eager to get the series started off on the right foot.

The track in Orlando is a multi-use facility that’s similar to a really large parking lot, whereas the track is defined by cones and chalk-lines with heavy concrete walls lining the perimeter. After an 80+mph “entry” the drivers swept-right into a decreasing-radius turn. From there, most drivers clicked-down 1-gear and drove straight towards Wall #1 where judges had placed an Outside Clipping Zone where the drivers would attempt to get their read-bumpers as close as possible for the length of the zone. Next, with their tires billowing smoke, the cars would head towards Wall #2 and then on to the Finish line.

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Fourth Place Finish Starts DVM’s 2012 Season-

Cornelius, NC (May 16, 2012)- After a long Winter break, Doug Van Den Brink and his D’Vanz Motorsports team got their 2012 drifting season off to a good start at the first Formula Drift Pro-Am event in Georgia on May 11th. The event marked the biggest East coast event on the Formula Drift schedule with attendance figures well over 10,000 strong.

The Pro-Am field of 32-drivers took to the Road Atlanta course with a level of uncertainty, as the 2012 version of the track would be run in a slightly different direction than in previous years. The drivers would come down the starting hill the same way as before but instead of turning into “the P” at the first opportunity and going through the top portion in a counter-clockwise fashion, they would go all the way to the top of the track and going around the upper loop in a clockwise direction.

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