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Event 

Title:
Formula Drift: Round 4
When:
20.06.2014 - 21.06.2014
Where:
Wall, NJ
Category:
Drift

Description

Formula DRIFT Returns To Wall Speedway

The track lives up to its moniker as the "Gauntlet" with a 16 degree banked oval along the straightaway and 30 degrees on the turns. The drivers will be challenged on this course and this track is the first on the schedule where drivers utilize the entire oval. This course is very tricky and many drivers have fallen victim to the degree of difficulty that the bank, straightaway, and inside turn creates. Each seat in the house has a great view of the action within the “bowl” and fans will not be disappointed.

The final round on the East Coast at Wall Speedway will be one of the most exciting events of the season. The 2-day event weekend will be filled with the best drifting action in the nation with the top drivers putting it all on the line on the very tricky course. Wall Speedway is a very fan-friendly venue and fans will be treated to a great view of all the action.

More info at http://formulad.com/schedule/pro-championship/wall-speedway.php.

Venue

Venue:
Wall Speedway
City:
Wall, NJ
Country:
Country: us

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