Turn Up the Heat: The Drift League Round 3Posted on September 5, 2019byRathyna GomerRJ Contreras in his Big Duck Club E36 put down a solid first qualifying run with 62 points on the board, putting him in 7th qualifying position.Meliton Villamor set the bar high for himself this round after he finished 4th place overall in Round 2, a career highlight for him thus far. Villamor played it safe with a 58 point run, putting him in 8th qualifying position.Pablo Cabrera in the VSPerformance s13 typically has a strong presence, but surprisingly had an incomplete on his first run. He pulled it together for a nerve-wracking second qualifying run with a 75, putting him in 4th qualifying position for competition.Aaron Velazquez in his RB25 powered s14 screams style anytime it’s in action. Keeping up with appearances, Velazquez put on a decent showing for both qualifying runs (with a 73 and 64 respectively), putting him in 5th qualifying position.Keoni Rodrigues in his 1.5 JZ powered 180sx also makes a fashion and style statement on the track. Rodrigues put down a solid first score of 79. On his second run, it was clear he was on the hunt for the number one qualifying spot, but felt short by four points with an 85 – just a few points behind Katsanidis.RelatedPrevious page 1 2 3 4 5Next pageRelated TopicsFormula DThe Drift LeaguePro-AmIrwindale SpeedwayFormula Driftdriftmotoiqdrifterdrift car Previous Article FeaturesSlipAngle Podcast /// Levi Brown is Back!Posted on September 5, 2019September 18, 2019byAbrin SchmuckerView Post Next Article TechNerd’s Eye View: Mercedes AMG M139 EnginePosted on September 9, 2019byKhiem DinhView Post Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Your Comment *Name *Email *Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.