Team Mazda takes 1st place at Formula Drift Long Beach Team Drift event‏

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

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Team Mazda consisted of Charles Ng, Kyle Mohan, and Joon Maeng took home first place at the 2011 Streets of Long Beach Team drift event last weekend. They defeated Megan Racing and Smokin Aces to take home the win. This event involves the whole streets of Long Beach circuit which really elevates the difficulty level from the drifting weekend. Congratulations to the guys at Team Mazda who all took home their first victory in Team Drift history!

 

The team drift event is different from the usual Formula Drift Pro events, whereby teams are actually scored are triple tandem driving. The objective would be that the entire team of three cars would have to drift in unison with speed, angles, line and style throughout the entire course of Long Beach Grand Prix.

 

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