NEWS: Conrad Grunewald Racing Formula Drift Championship R1 Long Beach Report
The Conrad Grunewald Racing team as well as also I unloaded the auto on Thursday as well as also things began off well until clutch issues began up almost as soon as they began doing runs on track. The crew worked to find the cause as well as also discovered the clutch wasn’t engaging properly. After practice, there were a few setup adjustments as well as also then we prepared the auto for qualifications.
“Sadly, more issues continued to plague the team as we headed into the first qualification run. as well as also just as I was getting ready to take my run – the auto ran out of gas! Having been completely full with eight gallons before leaving the paddock, This kind of was a puzzle for the team to work out as well as also trouble shoot with very little time as well as also only one shot left at doing the idea into the main event. When I finally took to the track for my second qualification, clutch issues were back as well as also the auto wasn’t able to make full drifts during the run.
“the idea was a tough weekend for us as well as also the team worked so hard, I can’t thank everyone enough. This kind of COPO engine has me smiling every time I go for the throttle as well as also the Megan Racing suspension we have today is actually doing a big difference. I truly need to thank Hankook, Top 1 Oil, Chevrolet Performance as well as also all of our partners for their support.”
The Hankook/Megan Racing/Top 1 Oil Chevrolet Camaro will be at Road Atlanta on May 11th for Round 2 of the Formula Drift championships. For more information on Conrad Grunewald please visit: www.conradgrunewaldracing.com.