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Are you a sports fan? What about a fan of racing? If so, there is a good chance that you have heard of Formula D Racing before. However, there are many individuals, even race fans, who have never heard of Formula D before, let alone even know what it is. Whether you have no idea what Formula D is or if you would like more information on the sport, you are in for a surprise. Despite what you may think, especially since Formula D is not as popular as other sports, it is a fun, exciting, and action packed sport. In fact, once you learn more about Formula D Racing, there is a good chance that you will become a lifelong fan of the sport.
Although Formula D Racing, also commonly referred to as Formula Drifting, is considered racing, racing is not all that is involved. Drifting is defined as a particular driving angle. It has been said that the correct drifting line will enable a driver to reach the highest speeds that their car is able to reach. Despite the fact that it may sound easy, it is difficult to do. It not only takes skill, but a large amount of practice, hard work, and determination to become a professional drifter. In fact, you need to excel at drifting to become a professional Formula D racer. This is because drivers are often judged based on their drifting skills.
Formula D Racing involves two different races. These races are known as traditional qualifying runs and tandem battles. When qualifying, drivers will complete courses on their own. Tandem battles involve two drivers, drifting and being scored at the same time. This scoring often involves the close examination, by professional judges.
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