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The best follow run is only possible when the best lead run is also ran.

-Rapper Dan Savage


Wall Speedway is known for is cheese grater guard rails. They have destroyed many Formula D cars over the year. Shredding the bumpers as the drivers try to get the closest to the rail to maximize points. Usually Wall Speedway claims at least one victim during the weekend. This year, that wasn’t the case. James Evans, Michael Essa, and Dave Briggs fell victim to the cheese grater but they were all able to come back and compete. 

When Dave Briggs S14 straightened and headed right for the guard rail all i could think of was Tyler Wolfson’s crash last year when he smashed his car in practice. Briggs only sustained minor damage and was able to come back out for Qualifying. Unfortunately he was one of the very few drivers that didn’t qualify. James Evans gave the wall a little love and broke the suspension on the driver rear, but the Sikky Racing crew was up to the task and got him back out to make a second pass. Once again bad luck struck and the trunk popped open and he was given a zero. Michael Essa also took a tough crash destroying the left front suspension and his team was able to get it back and running 100%.

The next round is Seattle which also has a reputation for great wall rides and crashes. Unfortunately i will not be in Seattle but i will be back for Texas and Irwindale to close out the year.

Good luck to all the drivers in the next round and i hope you all enjoy my inside look on Formula D and some of the drivers.

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Jeff Jones compliments this title so well

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Looks boring when the seats are empty

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Its a shame someone stuck their head in my photo.

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A pair of S14.5’s going head to head

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Pat Goodin is “The king of spring break”

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Unfortunately both drivers failed to qualify.

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Come on Chelsea, You’re usually closer than that!

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Emotive is always in the photos at Wall

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Vaughn and that left foot braking….

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Oracle Lighting has done an amazing job on these lights

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Apparently Retaks doesn’t really have backpacks forsale

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It’s a shame that Falken is not a big sponsor this season

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The first one to fall victim to the guard rail

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This car reminds me of a demon

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“Active Aero”

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Pawlak looking me right in the eyes

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I think you guys should’ve had a OMT too

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Rockstar energy is back in the game

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Matt Field is destined for a podium this season

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Two vehicles you really would never expect to see drifting

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Gushi has the i dont care, i just want to win attitude this season

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Everything about this car i love.

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Perhaps James Evans needs some aero to keep him grounded.

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I’ll say it again THE FUTURE OF FD

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Tuerck is one of the most consistent drivers in FD

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Daigo was looking good at Wall, hope he can keep it up

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Another victim

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My favorite shot of the weekend

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Fredric Aasbo is looking like he could take it this season

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Vaughn should ditch this and move into the 2015 Mustang

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Just a comparison of angle on the bank

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The back bumper is getting roughed up

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I wonder if the wipers distract him

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Chris Forsberg took the widest line of the weekend and survived

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That is Chelsea, you got closer!

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This guy is such a Savage

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American muscle going at it

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who got more angle?

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A wild Chen spotted in the woods

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Im running out of captions

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If it didn’t rain Yokoi might have taken the win at Wall

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