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

TDL competitors will benefit from contingency programs and a cash purse at every competition. During the shootout-style events and as an official Formula DRIFT Pro/Am Drift league, the top competitor at the end of each shootout event will earn a FormulaDRIFT  licenses.

The 2022 season will consist of two competitive events, which will be held at the Willow Springs International Raceway and Apple Valley Speedway, each located in Southern California. 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.

New to 2022, is The Drift League: Cash Out event which will be a friendly competition, with more open rules, where drivers compete for a percentage of a cash purse that will be based on the number of registrants. The drivers will pay into the pot and the top five competitors will have access to a portion of the pot.

The Drift League: CA$H OUT: October 1-2 @ Apple Valley Speedway

     

          

The qualifying and competition format will remain the same and will be utilizing FormulaDRIFT’s Judging Regulations and Sporting Regulations

Code of Conduct & Sporting Regulations

Purse will be updated regularly to reflect driver counts. Click here to see the full driver roster.

The Drift League: FormulaDRIFT Shootout: COMING 2023

All Pro/Am FormulaDRIFT feeder series are using the following minimum regulations. We will be utilizing the  “The Drift League Rulebook” in additional to the “2022 Formula Drift Pro/Am Regulations” listed below:

Mandatory: 2022 Formula Drift Pro/Am Regulations

Mandatory: The Drift League Rulebook

Code of Conduct & Sporting Regulations

FormulaDRIFT’s Judging Regulations and Sporting Regulations


EVENT RESULTS

2022 Results

April 9 – 10 Shootout Final Results

Qualifying Order – April 2022

2021 Results

October 2-3, 2021 Shootout Final Results

May 15-16, 2021 Shootout Final Points

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