Living on the west coast means I miss out on a lot of the rad variety of drift events that happen on the other side of the country. If you’ve ever heard anyone talk about Englishtown and Club Loose, you probably have heard how fucking great the track and those events are. Fortunately for myself, Club Loose runs an event the Sunday after Formula Drift New Jersey, so I’ve been lucky enough to make it to Englishtown for the past three years.
ProBroDown is a ton of fun because it’s just a track day without the pressures of competition, everyone is out there to shred and hang out, and there is nothing like seeing pro Formula Drift drivers mix in with grassroots drivers. Englishtown is one of my favorite tracks to shoot too, perhaps because it’s a different venue for myself, or perhaps it’s the slight elevation changes and greenery. Either way, I love it.
ProBroDown was the final event for me after several weekends of drift events in a row, and it was certainly a great way to end all this traveling before my break. This season has been so much busier for me than last year and it’s honestly everything I ever wanted. I have some down time before Formula Drift Seattle, and while I’m super exhausted and could probably use this break creatively, I’m already itching to get back out on track and keep traveling.