Coming off a successful inaugural round at ZMax Dragway in North Carolina, the East10 Pro-Am series took to the east parking lot of Bristol Motor Speedway for a two-day, two round event.
Round two took place on Saturday, with the third round and a complete layout change happening on Sunday. The initial course design mimicked that of the Texas round of Formula DRIFT, and nineteen drivers would do battle trying to earn that Pro 2 license.
The newly formed East10 Drift Formula Drift pro-am championship series kicked off its inaugural season on June 2 at ZMax Dragway in Concord, North Carolina.
The four round series, spanning tracks between North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia, will award the top three finishers of the season Pro 2 licenses to compete at that level of Formula Drift competition. In fact, course layouts are all designed around existing Formula Drift courses, with round one mimicking the iconic Streets of Long Beach course.