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Formula DRIFT Makes Sweeping Changes To Sporting Regulations

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Formula DRIFT deepens commitment to making competition the most exciting in motor sports by enacting more changes to the Sporting Regulations.

The changes that have been made are in the following areas:

- Pro Championship and Qualifying points structure
- Pro Championship license retention
- Protests in competition
- Qualifying format and criteria points allocation
- General judging criteria for Qualifying and Head-to-Head competition
- Use of replays in competition

“We are excited to start off our eleventh season with the motif of, “Dawn of a New Decade,” and with that comes changes to the competition that we feel will enhance the show by making it more thrilling, while keeping the flow consistent and in-line with what we consider to be the most electrifying motor sport on the planet,” says Ryan Sage, Vice President and Co-Founder of Formula DRIFT.

A full and comprehensive list of the changes in their entirety can be found http://www.formulad.com/blog/2014/fd-news/formula-drift-makes-sweeping-c....

The 2014 Formula DRIFT season will begin with Round 1: Streets of Long Beach on April 4-5. For more information visit: www.formuladrift.com and find Formula DRIFT on Instagram @formulad, Facebook www.facebook.com/formuladrift and Twitter @FormulaD.

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