Formula Drift Canada is the premier drifting series in Canada. We mix the danger of extreme sports with the speed of racing and the style of current car culture. This unique combination of cultures has become a beacon for millennials. Licensed by Formula Drift, the worlds largest sanctioned professional drift series, Formula Drift Canada continues Formula Drift’s global domination by showcasing the world’s best drifters in a setting that is unlike any other action motor sports. This high-power sport showcases top level car control and driving with unbridled execution on a set course. Every fan is intimately immersed from the start of the battle, to the wall-scrapping attacks and right into the massive open paddock to meet-and-greet the top stars in the series and partake in the vendor village like no other.
Formula Drift Canada is comprised of a total of 5 events held in Montreal (QC), Barrie (Ont), Quebec City (QC), and Trois-Rivières (QC). Formula D Canada will also be presenting the fith round of the Formula Drift PRO Championship at Autodrome St-Eustache on July 15-16. Last year Formula D Canada held an a round of the Formula Drift International Championship in partnership with the St-Eustache Autodrome. Alan Labrosse, the owner of the autodrome and also president of Formula D Canada states, ‘ With more than 25 drivers and 10 000 spectators, it was the most significant drift event ever organized in Canada.
Round 1: June 4, Autodrome Montmagny, Montmagny (QC)
Round 2: June 25, Sunset Speedway, Barrie (Ont)
Round 3: July 15-16, Autodrome St-Eustache, St-Eustache (QC)
Round 4: August 6-7, Grand Prix Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières (QC)
Round 5: September 3-4, Autodrome St-Eustache, St-Eustache (QC)
Formula Drift Canada with a Formula Drift Pro round held on Canadian soil represents a whole new step in the evolution of drift in Canada. This expansion is only possible due to the passion Quebecers and Canadians hold for the sport,’ – Ben Woo, vice-president of sales and marketing for Formula D Canada.
In order to welcome the large number of spectators expected for the Formula D World Championship, the St-Eustache Autodrome will augment its seating capacity. The event will also be live streaming on the Formula D website: www.formulad.com./live/