Team Falken’s Odi Bakchis Takes Two Podiums As Formula Drift Returns For First 2020 Doubleheader

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ST. LOUIS, MO – With motorsports gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels, the 17th season of Formula Drift got back on track over Labor Day weekend with a first-ever doubleheader at the “Crossroads,” World Wide Technology Raceway outside St. Louis, Missouri. Team Falken’s Aurimas “Odi” Bakchis finished 3rd in Round 1 and grabbed 2nd in Round 2, placing him in a tie for first place in the 2020 Driver’s Championship. Continue reading Team Falken’s Odi Bakchis Takes Two Podiums As Formula Drift Returns For First 2020 Doubleheader

Formula Drift Top 10 from #FDSTL

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Written By Joey Redmond

10. COVID Format and the Future of Formula Drift

It was so refreshing to have Formula Drift back in action. The COVID series modifications are interesting under the circumstances but I have to wonder if some of these COVID sporting changes could be a test model for the future of the series? For example, did anyone really miss qualifying? I didn’t think so! The double round (triple when you count Pro 2) weekend is something I enjoyed far more than I realized I would personally.

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THRILLING OPENING ROUNDS OF 2020 FORMULA DRIFT CHAMPIONSHIP CROWNS THREE WINNERS IN ONE WEEKEND

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Fredric Aasbo wins PRO Round One, Chelsea DeNofa claims Round Two win, and Rookie Joshua Love is PRO2 Round One victor

After a lengthy and unavoidable delay to the 2020 Formula DRIFT season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the teams gathered for the opening Crossroads Round at World Wide Technology Raceway located near St Louis, MO. And in an effort to still deliver eight PRO category rounds there would be a compressed format this year, with each venue hosting a double-header for the PRO category on Saturday and Sunday, and the PRO2 category on Friday.

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