Quit D1GP, Keiichi Tsuchiya & Daijiro Inada

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(QUIT D1GP) KEIICHI TSUCHIYA And DAIJIRO INADA
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my 1 88 u 12-12-2010 12:07 PM
Time for Formula D to plan a Japanese event! J/K 😉

So when the drivers and sponsors inevitably jump ship does that mean some of the drivers might come stateside? Lets Go Saito!

blaze1 12-12-2010 12:32 PM
Not surprised… I thought it was going to be the other way around though.

I’m like 98% positive Daigo will be in FD this year or next (2012)

CelicaDRIFTER 12-12-2010 12:48 PM
Would be awesome if Daigo does compete in FD… in his JZX100! THAT would be freakin RAD!

Justin Banner
12-12-2010 12:49 PM
I know in the article they state that Inada and Tsuchiya are looking at building a new series, but what do you think this will do for MSC?

Personally, I think this will help MSC grow since I’m fairly certain that D1 will either be gone or present a very minimal show next year. Especially since Yokohama is also gone for 2011 according to Wrecked Magazine.

MonkeySlide 12-12-2010 02:05 PM
If they’re smart they’ll buy a license from Formula D to use the brand in Japan.

Then people wont complain about the Red Bull World Championship not really being a “world” championship.

Slapshotnerd 12-12-2010 02:34 PM
if FD is smart (and I have faith that they are), they won’t let anyone in Japan license the name, especially anyone who’s ever been associated with D1 Japan.

Remember, Slipstream Global (the company which spawned FD) had a relationship at one time with D1 Japan, and it didn’t end so hot.

blaze1 12-12-2010 02:38 PM
Are we so sure Keiichi and Ds Club were not the problem to begin with.

Remember all D’s club wants to do is sell option DVDs

After all its Keiichi and Dai leaving D1… I don’t know much about Japanese business law but it would lead me to believe if they had any leverage in the ordeal they would have made off with the name(D1GP).

D1GP has 2011 scheduled already, and ever since Saita took over they have they had reached a distribution deal with TSA. In my eyes, if you want the sport of drifting to fail in japan support D’s Club.

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