Vegas ProAm has held 2 of their rounds on the outside road course at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this year. At this track, there’s not much one can do about the layout to keep the action close to the spectators and pits, except run the previous competition course backwards. Round 4 Vegas ProAm was an exception, because LVMS had repaved the entire track just days before drifting was scheduled. This gave Nick Dizon of Vegas Drift an opportunity to throw routine out the window, and design a layout that was guaranteed to make drivers reconsider their style and techniques.
When you come to Vegas for Vegas Drift, you expect it to be hot. While the weather wasn’t all that hot, it didn’t mean the drifting wasn’t! Spike Chen was looking for another podium, while Brandon Patterson was looking for another win. Here is the AmDrift Coverage of Vegas ProAm Round 3 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Round 2 of the popular Vegas Drift ProAm Series, Vegas ProAm, wrapped up this past weekend on March 8, 2014 at Wild Horse Pass Raceway right outside Phoenix, AZ. With two Round 1 winners on podium, Round 2 served as proving grounds for the drivers who plan to dominate the 2014 pro-am season.
VegasDrift started off the ProAm series a month early this year, and most people will agree it was for the…