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Our ProAm series attracts drifters from all over the nation who want to compete in rad drift events, with the chance to win Formula Drift licenses as well as cool sponsorship packages and cash. The events take place over 2 days typically, with a party at the track and sometimes camping depending on the location. The cars are basically unlimited and range from mild to extreme. There are 6 points events in a season spread over the state of Texas.
Very simply this series is meant to be competitive, fun, and a home for great drifters and crazy cars. The multi-day events are meant to give everyone a huge amount of track time, with plenty of downtime to hang out with friends and bond with new ones. We have parties on Saturday night of the events, with free alcohol for everyone at the event over 21, and camping when tracks permit. This series is also a stepping stone for Formula Drift, with the winner receiving a license to participate in that series, along with great sponsorship from companies such as Garrett Turbo, Spec Clutch, BC Racing and several others.
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A fun drift series based on cars which can be operated and enjoyed on the street as well as the track, with a rulebook which reflects the spirit of this idea.
TXSL was specifically created not as a lower spec class of ProAm, but as something totally different. At first glance it appears that we limited the cars simply for the sake of making the series cheaper, however, what we really did was create something totally different than ProAm. To explain, ProAm is based on cars which are pretty much full race cars at this point. They require trucks and trailers to operate, they break all the time, and no one street drives them much. We wanted to create a series where people enjoy their cars on a daily basis, and then take them to drift comps and have a blast in them. The cars will be more reliable by having less things on them you can modify, they will consume less tires, they won’t require trucks and trailers, and they will have interiors. So each rule in the rule book is designed to not just limit the cars in terms of HP or weight, but to carefully restrict things which would make the cars unreliable or uncomfortable.
We make small runs of limited edition stuff for our series for un, such as these TXSL steering wheels. They have a bit of dish, sweet suede on them, are super sturdy, and look sweet.
The purpose of the TXSL Series is to have sweet drift cars which can be enjoyed both at the track and on the street, not just limited versions of our current Lone Star Drift Formula D Proam cars. A quality suede steering wheel is something that improves your car and gives it style with very few comprimises, and is universal enough to work on all the cars in our series, so I thought it would be great to do a small run of these.