April 2012

Monroe, Wa. – April 24th, 2012 – Evergreen Drift operations are fully underway as we ramp up for Open Drift number three of the 2012 Evergreen Drift season. Over 40 cars packed out the last open drift and lit up the 3/8th’s and 5/8th’s banks all day long.

Come rain or shine the track will be up and running for all who wish to conquer it. Evergreen Drift is experiencing consistently larger driver counts and with the new run-group format drivers are getting more runs than ever before.

We'll be running multiple courses for all skill levels

•Grassroots 3/8ths course

•ProAm 5/8ths course


•Grandstands $10 (Kids under 12 FREE. No Pit access.)

•Pit Pass - $15 (16+ and minors must have parent/guardian fill out waiver)

•Open Drift - $70

•Tire Mount/Dismount and Disposal $15 per tire

Open Drift Schedule

•9:00am- Back Gate opens

•9:30am Tech/Tire Mount/Dismount

•10:40am - Drivers Meeting

•11am - Front Gate opens and track hot

•6pm - Event Ends

See the Information link for additional details.


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April 21st 2012 will do gown in Evergreen Drift history as the day everyone showed up. Even the sunshine got its act together and made an appearance which is something those of us in the PNW aren’t entirely accustomed to. 40 Grassroots and 20 ProAM competitors and their accompanying crews poured into the pits, showing that drifting in the Northwest is not only alive and well but still growing!

Evergreen Drift fans are some of the best in the business. They loudly and proudly cheered on their favorite drivers. And the level of excitement they displayed can only be attributed to the fact NOS Energy was in the house dishing out ice cold energy.

Top name vendors including 425 Motorsports, Nissanparts.cc and Radium Engineering were in the house showcasing top level tuning products to take your car from mild to wild. And when the hot afternoon sun was too much to take, fans refreshed with an ice cold brew at the beer garden, soaking up the perfect afternoon weather.

Evergreen Drift Grassroots competition was the best ever in the history of the program – and this is only round 1! The judges were pulling their hair out at some of the close decisions they were forced to make. But in the end only three drivers can come out on top. The third place podium step belonged to Jonathan Raymer. Jonathan had a fantastic afternoon and really impressed the judges with his lines, speed and angle. Second place went to Marc-Andre Tatto. Tatto ran consistently high lines on the bank combined with steady infield transitions, helping him to fight through the field of 40 to claim second place. But the Grassroots night belonged to Thomas Skarshoug. Thomas’s runs were the best all day, and the judges agreed as Marc-Andre and Thomas battled it out for the top step.

One thing that can be said for the Evergreen Drift Formula Drift ProAM drivers is that they came out with their game faces on. The 20 drivers who showed up this year virtually tripled the number of drivers over round 1 of 2011.  These drivers were ready to win and their practice runs proved they weren’t holding anything back. As the sun went down the battles heated up and drivers were blowing up the 5/8ths with high speed action. However, the podium only has room for three when the dust settles. Claiming third position for his own was rookie sensation Jeremy Richter. Jeremy had some great battles throughout the day, and his ability to lead with speed and follow with precision helped him lock down the third place spot. The top podium step was fiercely contested between Victor Moore and Nik Jimenez. Both drivers displayed what it means to compete at the ProAM level and Nik put up a fantastic fight. But after careful consideration the judges confirmed that the first round of Evergreen Drift  Formula Drift ProAM competition for 2012 belonged to Victor Moore.

Evergreen Drift would like to thank the fans, volunteers, vendors, drivers and their crews for making this event so special and we can’t wait to do it again. So mark May 20th on your calendars for round 2 of Grassroots and ProAM competition and we’ll see you there!


Grassroots Results

ProAm Results


Monroe, Wa. – April 13th, 2012 - Get ready to kick off the 2012 drift season with a bang on April 21st as Evergreen Speedway presents Round 1 of the Evergreen Drift Grassroots and ProAM series brought to you by 425 Motorsports, Nissanparts.cc and NOS Energy! For the first time ever in the history of Evergreen Drift we will be kicking off under the lights on a Saturday night.

The 2012 season looks to start off with unprecedented success as over 20 Pro-AM and 38 Grassroots drivers have already registered to showcase their talents and fight for the top step of the podium under the lights.

“This is the largest field ever hosted by Evergreen Drift and we are especially excited to kick-off another fantastic season at Evergreen Speedway,” said Kelly Hale, Drift Director for Evergreen Drift. “We’ve opened up two all new trackside-seating areas for our fans, one at the final clipping point and the other at the main straight that will really blow your hair back. You won’t believe how close to the action you’ll be! Along with the track side seating we have opened the competition pits to spectators who purchase a pit pass at the front gate. Fans will have the opportunity to get up close to the cars and drivers who will be competing in 2012”. This open pit format is a first for Evergreen Drift on competition days and is just one of the many changes in store for the 2012 Evergreen Drift season.

General admission tickets $10 and Pit Passes $15 will go on sale at 2:00pm at the front gate. Be sure to take a walk through vendor row as Nissanparts.cc, 425 Motorsports, NOS and Radium Engineering will be on hand to assist you with everything you need to complete your ride. And enjoy live music as DJ Dunjin will be on hand pumping up the crowd with live beats all day and all night.

Times and prices can be found on our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/421502971198270/

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