The Drift League (TDL) is a Formula DRIFT sanctioned Pro/Am competitive drift series powered by MotoIQ with presenting sponsor Status Racing. TDL’s objective is to help aspiring drifters prepare for the professional levels of drifting. Emphasis is given to proper vehicle preparation, mechanical & safety inspections, and how to properly run a professional level drift program.

The series will consist of two competitive shootout style events, which will be held at the Willow Springs International Raceway located in Southern California. Rule sets and judging criteria will be based off current Formula DRIFT standards. Each round of competition will include practice time, qualifying and a Top 16 Competition. Course layouts for each round of competition will feature different technical course layouts.

TDL competitors will benefit from contingency programs and a cash purse at every competition. As an official Formula DRIFT Pro/Am Drift series, the top three competitors at the end of each shootout event will early FormulaDRIFT PROSPEC licenses.

**Update regarding COVID-19: Due to county and state regulations, we unfortunately cannot permit in-person spectator attendance until further notice. However, we will be offering a livestream option for all of our fans to enjoy. Tune in on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheDriftLeague.

NEW DRIVER REGISTRATION (OPEN)

MEDIA REGISTRATION (OPEN)

Due to COVID, we will be having limited media at our upcoming events. Applications will be approved on a case-by-case basis. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Tech Regulations: Please use the following information for 2021 tech standards. Please make a note that full containment seats are required for drivers in 2021. Status Racing is offering a special rate for TDL drivers on their full containment seats. Please reach out to Status Racing directly for more information.

Starting in 2020, all Pro/Am FormulaDRIFT Pro2 feeder series are using the following minimum regulations. We will be utilizing the  “The Drift League 2020 Rulebook” in additional to the “2020 Formula Drift Pro/Am Regulations” listed below:

Mandatory: 2020 Formula Drift Pro/Am Regulations

Mandatory: The Drift League 2020 Rulebook

2020 Code of Conduct & Sporting Regulations


STANDINGS & RESULTS

2021 Season Standings

Coming soon!

2020 Season Standings

2019 Season Standings

EVENT COVERAGE

Round 4: September 7, 2019

MotoIQ Coverage

 

Super Street Coverage

Round 3: August 3, 2019

MotoIQ Coverage

 

Super Street Coverage

Round 2: June 1, 2019

MotoIQ Coverage

 

Super Street Coverage

Round 1: March 2, 2019

MotoIQ Coverage

 

Super Street Coverage

2018 Season Event Coverage

The Drift League – Round 1 Coverage

The Drift League – Round 2 Coverage

The Drift League – Round 3 Coverage

The Drift League – Round 4 Coverage


The Drift League Partners