Daigo Saito wins Formula Drift Indonesia 2011!

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay

Congratulations to the man who was consistently strong all weekend in practice, qualifying and tandem battles – Daigo Saito!

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He won Formula Drift Malaysia 2010 last December, won 2011 season opener Formula Drift Singapore in June and now the inaugural Formula Drift Indonesia.. this guy is unstoppable man!

 

After a series of upsets that saw seasoned drifters and favourites knocked out of the running, Armando of Achilles Drift Indonesia Team and Pond of the Red Bull Achilles Drift Team Thailand finished second and third respectively.

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Detailed reports and mini stories coming soon!

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