Round 1 of Lone Star Drift 2017 was a resounding SUCCESS! It was above all fun, but also went incredibly smoothly. We all got literally hundreds of laps on the hot lap format. Everyone had hot new builds or paint jobs, drift car hot boy status. That is probably one of the best things about round 1, aside from the driving of course. So much pride and flare in the cars.
The event was literally the definition of how to drift and have fun at an event. The tandem was obviously amazing as well. The sounds of 2JZ were awesome. The drivers had fun. UGGHHH, I am so A.D.D. Lets do this like a real organization.
Lone Star Drift Round 1 was a great event. We are a Formula D Pro Am Series and licensing body, and we also have a second series known as Texas Street Legal, or TXSL. Cars from all over the nation come together to battle for prizes, racing licenses, and fun. Thank you tall the sponsors that help us keep this going, such as....
What Monsters Do
Non Stop Tuning
Also thank you to all the drivers, media, spectators, and volunteers. You guys make the event awesome. Special thanks to Adam LZ and Taylor Ray for coming out and sharing their audience with us.
Also sorry not sorry for all the Mustang content, there was a lot of footage of my Mustang, I am aware of that! If you want to be in the event recap videos more, please send me footage of your car!!!! Go pro helmet footage that is well shot is the best way to get into the video!!!!
EDIT: There was a question about Fielding and Jason's battle at 26 minutes into the video. Fielding sprayed everyone on track with E85 since his fuel cap was off, so we ran them one more time even though he clearly won, because the other driver complained about fuel spray. The fuel spray was super obvious, so we just ran them one more time. Fielding's fuel pump died from the fuel starvation from the previous lap and he went into the wall when the car died on power and couldn't drive away from it. Then the car could not complete his next battle either. Fielding was taken out by mechanical problems, not his driving ability. He was on fire. I mean his driving was on fire, not him specifically.