Formula Drift Irwindale is perhaps the most crucial and largest professional drift event on the planet. This season wasn’t any exception because the championship was made the decision throughout the Top 16 models of competition.
This is a assortment of my personal favorite images in the Formula Drift season finale.
Chris Forsberg may be the 2016 champion as well as the first driver to obtain three Formula Drift Pro titles under his belt. I suppose you are able to say he was pretty happy.
I really like shooting at Irwindale. Because it’s the ultimate event from the professional season, all the motorists are pushing as hard as they possibly can.
Kenny Moen’s vehicle caught burning while waiting on grid, so he leaped out, grabbed a can of Coke, and used that to try and released the flames. Exactly what a boss.
Ghosts of Irwindale past. This track went through a lot of iterations through the years, only one questions still remains: when would be the before we see drifting about this track?
My personal favorite moment at each FD event is appropriate before Top 16 introductions. It’s quiet and also the crowds are simply piling in to the stands it provides me here we are at just a little breather.
It’s rare that people find yourself getting to operate during sunset, which is among the explanations why I really like shooting at Home of Drift.
Isn’t he dreamy? Fredric ‘Norwegian Hammer’ Aasb? – stealing your girlfriends’ hearts individually.
Among the craziest battles from the event was that between Mad Mike Whiddett and Ken Gushi within the Top 32. Gushi really place it full-scale at risk for any shot at the very top 16.
There’s something about Ryan Tuerck and fireballs – he just can’t get an adequate amount of them.