This year, Orlando marks the second stop for the Formula Drift Championship Pro series, and the first stop for the Pro 2 series. The track, Orlando Speedworld, features a fast bank and an unforgiving transition off the bank to the center “power alley” section. If you miss the small window off the bank, the bump is very aggressive and you lose grip and speed allowing the chase car to gain ground on you. However, if you nail the window and shoot the gap so to speak, it’s the prefect set up and it’s a difficult run to follow.
StanceUSA driver Alec Hohnadell in his XR3 equipped S14. Alec qualified 26th, and moved through Top 32 to the Top 16.
Alec placed in the Top 10 at this event, with a position of 8th overall.
Dan Burkett is running XR3 3-way adjustable suspension on his Mark 4 Supra.
Dan qualified 16th, and was knocked out in Top 32.
In the Pro 2 class, StanceUSA driver George Kiriakopoulos finished 12th.
George is running XR3 suspension on his 370Z, with our Air Cup Suspension system on the front of his car for easy trailer loading.
Danny George debuted his new chassis at this round, and finished 14th in his 2017 debut.
Danny is running custom valved XR1 suspension on his E36.