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Formula D Charity Ride-Along

Charles Trieu
Dec 6, 2012
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Next Thursday the generous members Formula D are planning a fundraiser to benefit the American Red Cross's Hurricane Sandy relief efforts on December 13 at Irwindale Speedway. Professional drift ride-alongs from Formula DRIFT stars will be for sale to the public with proceeds to going to the relief fund. They will be selling tickets for a once in a lifetime ride-along with one of the series top drifters like Daijiro Yoshihara, Justin Pawlak, Odi Bakchis, Kyle Mohan, Jeff Jones, Danny George and more. For $150 you get to sit shotgun with a random pro drifter, and $250 you get to pick your own driver and see what it's like to slide a turn as fast as anyone on the planet.

Well getting in the holiday spirit, we at Import Tuner decided to buy a ticket and will be randomly giving it away to one of our lucky fans. All you have to do is enter through the secret hidden link in this article. Find it and follow the instructions to enter. We will randomly pick a winner.

The event is free and open for all fans to attend from 6 - 9 PM. On top of that there will tons of raffle giveaways from ACT, Motegi, Falken, Discount Tire, K&N, Alpinestars, Nitto, Sparco, and Lucas Oil.

Sourceinterlink Media reserves all the rights to the "Ride Along giveaway" program. In order for entrants to be eligible to win they must comply to the following.

  1. Must have entered the contest via email through the "easter egg" on the site.
  2. Must be a Southern California resident (Winner assumes responsibility of all transportation costs)
  3. Must be a Licensed driver.
  4. Winning ticket is non transferable.

The lucky winner will be picked at random on December 11 at 6:00p PST. Good luck!"

For more information about Formula D's event go here.

By Charles Trieu
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