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MDU To Pro 2 - Jonathan Hurst

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Kentucky native Jonathan Hurst's first appearance in Midwest Drift Union competition was round one at Gateway in 2016. Though it was his only event of that season, he would return in 2017 with an appetite for a Pro 2 license. When Hurst showed up to Gateway for round one a year later, the most obvious change was the color swap from green to orange. What you couldn't see was the sheer amount of power the car was putting down...746 hp in base tune and 1,100 on high, making it the most powerful car to ever compete in the series. Despite...

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MDU To Pro 2 - Hooman Rahimi

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Hailing from Nashville, Hooman Rahimi showed up to his first MDU event in a nearly stock Nissan 350Z. The year was 2011, the venue was the now-abandoned (partially) Nashville Superspeedway, so it wasn't far from home. He didn't have a cage and therefore couldn't technically compete, only qualify. Because so many drivers had difficulty linking the course, he finished sixth without even reaching the bracket. Not a bad (or ideal, frankly) start to a Pro-Am competition, but sixth place is sixth place. He showed up to round one in 2012 with a cage, this time able to actually compete. Though...

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MDU To Pro 2 - Alec Robbins

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Alec Robbins ventured to the Midwest from the Land of 10,000 Lakes to make his Midwest Drift Union debut in 2016, and in a rather unconventional way. Amidst the endless sea of Nissan S-Chassis, Robbins showed up in a Nissan Hardbody with an LS2 heart, making his the first truck to ever compete in the series. He finished fourth at Gateway for round one, securing third in points after just one outing. Robbins would find himself on the podium in third place at round two at Lucas Oil Raceway, proving this newcomer and his truck were a force to be...

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