Written by Joey Redmond of Wrecked Magazine
10. Dylan Hughes Needs A Win at Irwindale
Pro 2 is basically a two man race with Ola Jaeger having a very slim chance to win the championship, but he will be eliminated once Dylan Hughes or Travis Reeder makes a qualifying pass. Dylan finds himself 40 points back right now before the last round. Last year Travis Reeder lost by just 2 points in a wild finish so Irwindale promises to be exciting!
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Toyota locks in 2018 Formula Drift Manufacturer’s title at hometown round
FORT WORTH, Texas (September 15, 2018) – In front of a cheering crowd just a half-hour from Toyota’s USA headquarters, Fredric Aasbo scored a podium result in the Rockstar Energy Drink / Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback and celebrated a mathematical win for the manufacturer in the Formula Drift Auto Cup this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
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With only two rounds remaining in the 2018 Formula DRIFT season there are nine drivers in the Pro category and the entire Pro 2 grid with a mathematical chance to win their respective championships. This meant nobody could afford to relax as the Formula DRIFT Black Magic Pro Championship and Link ECU Pro 2 Championship arrived in Fort Worth, TX for Round Seven: Autozone Showdown presented by Rain X.
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Formula Drift returns to Texas Motor Speedway
DALLAS, Texas ( September 13, 2018) – Formula Drift star Fredric Aasbo is poised to battle for the 2018 championship title at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. He hopes to capitalize on his momentum from a winning Round 6 with a return to the podium in the Rockstar Energy Drink / Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback.
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10. Gateway is Great
This track and this event were near perfect. A Hollywood storywriters fairy taleevent where the former champion falls to his friend and the second place guy who we all thought was just out of reach wins and pulls the championship race to 30 points. The venue was great to watch and the fast speed long turn was great when the guys who could tandem found their lane. Other than the wild weather that blew through town, I don’t think anyone has much to complain about the Midwest. Let’s hope for years more to come at this unique road course.
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