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Scion Racing's Ken Gushi and Tanner Foust invade Irwindale Speedway in Irwindale, CA for the Final Round – Title Fight - of the 2010 Formula DRIFT Championship Drifting Series. After a dramatic 3rd place finish in Sonoma, look for Tanner Foust in his Rockstar AEM Scion tC and teammate Ken Gushi in his RS-R Scion tC to give the "House of Drift" fans one more big show this year.

Here's your chance to come catch the action and cheer them on in person at Irwindale Speedway on October 9, 2010 – Scion is looking to invite 50 of our closest friends to help cheer the Scion Racing team on. Invited Scion d-VIPs get access to Formula DRIFT's special VIP suite.

Meet Ken and Tanner. Enjoy hospitality and free food in the Formula DRIFT / Scion d-VIP suite. And enjoy all the action of Formula DRIFT Title Fight as special guests of Scion.

Register now for your chance to score a d-VIP entry - visit www.scionvip.com for more information and full details.

NOTE: Due to space limitations, a limited amount of Scion d-VIPs will display their cars in the Fatlace One/One Showcase by invitation only.

When:
Saturday, October 9, 2010

What:

Score 1 of 50 d-VIP invitations and you will receive:
  • Free entry and access for you and a guest to Formula D Irwindale​
  • Access to all Formula D event activities​
  • Free food and refreshments​
  • Special giftbags and swag​
  • Special Tanner and Ken meet and greet​
  • Display and enter in the Fatlace One/One Showcase (limited, by special invitation only)​
How:
Register for your chance to win by filling out the registration form here.

Where:
Toyota Speedway at Irwindale
500 Speedway Drive
Irwindale, CA 91706

For more information, please email or call the event staff at [email protected] or during normal business hours.

To find out more about Formula D, please visit: www.formulad.com
 

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Pikes' Peak Raceway is what they call a short track. So speed is not as important a factor as finding the right line and lap time. My starting lap time was 50.8 but by the 8th lap I was down to 41.5, top speed 107.3mph. They were REALLY nice.. I was the only student today, so we had plenty of time to talked & discuss what I could do to improve & etc. Jim, my instructor was really a good guy (and good lookin' ) retired Air Force. So inevitably the subject came up about when are gonna be in So Cal... End of July... in FONTANA... (It gets hotter than Hades out there)... so as started to leave... I really DID NOT want to see them in Fontana...and since there are discounts once you've driven with them...
Im thinking about doing the ride-along at Texas Motor speed way
 
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