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The boy geniuses from ‘Keep Drifting Fun‘, Will Roegge and Josh Herron, have just released their latest video, an up close and personal account of the Formula Drift Atlanta weekend from the perspective of defending champ Chris Forsberg.
Forsberg, who’s NOS energy drink sponsored Nissan 350Z roadster is among the most recognizable machines in the wildly popular Formula Drift series, tells the tale of an action-packed weekend of drifting including a little NASCAR-style bumping and a bent suspension. But as the video shows, Forsberg battles through adversity like a true champion to finish on the podium, moving him into 5th place in the 2010 championship standings heading into Round 3 at Wall Speedway in New Jersey this coming weekend.
The dynamic duo of Roegge and Herron definitely have a genuine passion for drifting, traveling the country in their 1974 Volkswagen Westfalia van while documenting the action at all seven rounds of the Formula Drift championship as well as visiting many grassroots drift events as part of their ‘Keep Drifting Fun’ documentary effort.
Check out the video after the jump and be sure to visit keepdriftingfun.com for more info on their cross-country adventure and video-making. And if you happen to bump into these bearded drift hobos at an event, give them an air high-five for us!
[Source: Keep Drifting Fun]
At this past weekend’s first Formula D event of 2010, motorsports video phenom Will Roegge unveiled his newest creation entitled ‘Art of Formula D: 2009 Retrospective’. The video features 2009 series champion Chris Forsberg and a linear progress through all seven rounds of the 2009 Formula Drift professional drifting championship. What better way could there be to get psyched up for the 2010 Formula D season than watching Roegge’s latest drift video?
Enjoy the 2009 recap after the jump: