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Formula Drift’s Mad Hatter - Spinout

Each driver in the series has a unique personality, and we wanted to showcase the style of the champions by letting them design their own personalized hats and make them available for the fans.

Mar 29, 2011

Formula Drift is offering a series of limited-edition headwear designed by Formula Drift champions in conjunction with Flat Fitty. We are excited to work with Flat Fitty to release this new line of collaborative hats, said Jim Liaw, president and co-founder of Formula Drift. Each driver in the series has a unique personality, and we wanted to showcase the style of the champions by letting them design their own personalized hats and make them available for the fans.

Past champions Samuel Hbinette, Rhys Millen, Tanner Foust, Chris Forsberg and current Formula Drift champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. have all penned designs for the line of limited-edition caps.

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