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Scott Umbreit Wins Round 5 and the Drift Colorado Singles Championship!


Driving the only American car in the Singles class, Scott Umbreit managed to beat out the imports and win Drift Colorado Round 5 at Colorado National Speedway, in Erie, Colorado. After taking out Michael Ramsey in the first round, he managed to defeat a pair of E36's to take the win in front of friends and family. 

"It was great to close out the season with another win, especially in front of my friends and family" Scott stated, going on to say, "I appreciate all the support from my friends, family, the fans, and my sponsors: DriftAmerican.com, Innovative Auto, and Tyler Mantz Photography." I can't wait for 2019!"

With the Round 5 victory, Scott completed the season with two wins, two third place finishes, and a fifth place finish, which was enough to win the Drift Colorado 2018 Season Singles Championship. With this Championship, Scott is forced into the tandem series next season, and the #driftcobra will be sporting a cage, new suspension and a whole new look for 2019!

Best Mustang Drift Mods!

Make your Mustang a drift machine with these Mods!One of the most commonly asked questions in the Mustang drifting community is “What mods should I make to help the car drift better?” The first step, is to figure out what you plan on doing with the car. Is it a street car that you'll drift occasionally? Is it going [...]

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Don't write off the Mustang as a competitive drift car!

While the 79-04 Mustang has what some might consider a poor suspension setup from the factory, there is now aftermarket support that is able to dramatically increase the performance of your Mustang. Mustangs aren't new to drifting, however, parts designed for drifting are still difficult to find. Drift American is here to help you find the [...]

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