Formula DRIFT on National Public Radio (NPR)

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After years of surging popularity, NASCAR has hit a speed bump. Same with IndyCar. Meanwhile, Formula 1, the premier motor sport in the world, has never really gained traction here in the United States. But as NPR’s Nina Gregory reports, there is a new entry in the racing world. It’s called drifting.

Continuing with the successful start of the tenth season of Formula DRIFT, National Public Radio (NPR) interviewed co-founders of the Series, Jim Liaw and Ryan Sage along with driver Fredric Aasbo. I am happy I was able to schedule these interviews during everyone's busy schedule and a huge thanks to Nina Gregory for taking a couple days to see what Formula DRIFT is all about. 

Take a listen to the interview titled, "Drifting Attracts the Next Generation of Racing Fans," HERE.