Formula Drift Thailand 2012 cancelled

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

Formula Drift Thailand 2012 is cancelled! This means the Formula Drift Asia 2012 season will only consist of three rounds – Malaysia, Singapore and the finale in Indonesia which has been confirmed for 17 and 18 November.


Here is the official statement:


To Formula Drift Asia Fans,


Thank you for your continued support of the Achilles Asian Drift Series.


We would like to share that the third leg of the series in Bangkok, Thailand, originally scheduled in November 2012, is cancelled.   We hope to have your understanding and support.


We are still committed to the event and fans can look forward to the next stop of the series in Jakarta, Indonesia when the Achilles Formula Drift series takes place at the JI Expo, on 17-18 November 2012.


We would like to thank you for your patience. You can email for further queries.


Please continue to watch this space for more updates.


Thank you.


Formula Drift Asia Organising Committee

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