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2016 Formula Drift Round 2 Atlanta – OEM MANUFACTURERS CHAMPIONSHIP [STANDINGS]

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A top 8 appearance from Michael Essa helped BMW maintain the lead in the OEM championship, while Ford moved up from third to second thanks to the win from Vaughn Gittin Jr. Scion dropped to third after all four Scion cars lost in the round of 32. We now have 10 manufacturers competing for the OEM championship after Toyota earned the first points of the season behind Andy Gray.

Here are the standings in the OEM Manufacturer championship after 2 of 8 rounds:

1. BMW  – 202 points
2. Ford – 191 points
3. Scion – 185 points
4. Nissan – 151 points
5. Mazda–101 points
6. Chevy – 83 points
7. Dodge – 51 points
8. Infiniti – 49 points
9. Lexus – 34 points
10. Toyota – 18 points

2014 Formula D Round 5 Seattle – OEM Manufacturers Championship [STANDINGS]

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Combining a top-4 finish from Fredric Aasbo with a top-8 finish from Ken Gushi, Scion jumped Ford in the OEM Manufacturer’s standings, which is turning out to be a more exciting chase than the actual drivers championship. Ford drivers Justin Pawlak (qualified 7th, finished top-8) and Vaughn Gittin Jr (qualified 8th, finished top 32) combined for less than 100 points for the second straight event. Nissan remained in third place behind a podium from Chris Forsberg and a top-32 from Jhonnattan Castro, and Chevy remains in fourth place (Top 16 for Grunewald, Top 32 for McQuarrie). Dodge was the big mover behind Dean Kearney’s first podium finish in Formula D, jumping into sixth position behind Lexus which is remarkable as Dodge only has one car competing in the series while Lexus has three.

Here’s the current OEM Manufacturer’s Championship standings after five of seven rounds:

1. Scion  – 565 points
2. Ford – 534.5 points
3. Nissan – 519.5 points
4. Chevy – 330 points
5. BMW – 299 points
6. Lexus – 277 points
7. Dodge – 215.5 points
8. Mazda – 124 points
9. Toyota – 86 Points
10. Hyundai – 19 Points

2013 Formula D OEM Manuafacturers Championship Final Standings

With a third event win behind Daigo Saito and the second event with two drivers in the final four (Saito and Nishida), Lexus takes the 2013 Formula D OEM Championship (as we also announced last night). Nissan came in second, finishing with a top-8 from Forsberg and a top-16 from Kado, with Ford finishing in third as Gittin Jr finished with a strong qualifying effort and a top-8 finish while Pawlak was eliminated in the Top-32. Here’s how the final standings finished up:

1. Lexus – 975.5 points
2. Nissan – 912.5 points
3. Ford – 906 points
4. Scion – 866.5 points
5. BMW – 846.5 points
6. Chevy – 600 points
7. Toyota – 331 points
8. Mazda – 209 points
9. Subaru – 186.5 points
10. Dodge – 140.5 points
11. Hyundai – 79.25 points

2013 Formula Drift Round 6 – OEM Manufacturers Championship [STANDINGS]

Ford’s lead in the OEM championship shrinks as Lexus jumps Nissan, making for an exciting showdown going into the final round of competition. BMW also climbed over Scion in the standings behind their second win and third podium of the season. All of the top 5 OEM brands have a legitimate shot at the OEM championship entering the final round, and landing a pair of drivers on the podium could drastically tilt the standings.

Here’s how the OEM championship shapes up after six of seven rounds:

1. Ford – 810.5 points
2. Lexus – 801.5 points
3. Nissan – 794 points
4. BMW – 756 points
5. Scion – 742.5 points
6. Chevy – 483.5 points
7. Toyota – 281.75 points
8. Mazda – 184.75 points
9. Subaru – 162 points
10. Hyundai – 79.25 points
11. Dodge – 73.5 points

2013 Formula Drift Round 5 – Seattle – Manufacturers Championship [STANDINGS]

With a pair of top 8 finishes for Justin Pawlak and Vaughn Gittin Jr, Ford takes over sole control of first place in the OEM Manufacturer’s standings, with Lexus dropping to third. Nissan moved into second thanks to the win from Forsberg and a top-16 showing from Kado. Scion and BMW round out the top five, with Chevy, Toyota, and Mazda maintaining their position. Subaru and Hyundai both jumped ahead of Dodge thanks to the first top-16 appearances of the season from both brands behind Yoshioka (Subaru) and Mertzanis (Hyundai).

Here’s the current standings after 5 rounds:

1. Ford – 712.5 points
2. Nissan – 683.5 points
3. Lexus – 668.25 points
4. Scion – 645.5 points
5. BMW – 597 points
6. Chevy – 429 points
7. Toyota – 201.75 points
8. Mazda – 160.5 points
9. Subaru – 106 points
10. Hyundai – 79.25 points
11. Dodge – 49.25 points

2013 Formula Drift Round 4 – New Jersey – Manufacturers Championship [STANDINGS]

When Daigo Saito and Vaughn Gittin Jr paired up in the top 16 of Wall NJ, the matchup had huge implications not just for the FD Championship but also for the OEM Manufacturers championship. Saito earned the victory in NJ, but also earned valuable points towards the OEM Championship, catapulting Lexus into a tie with Ford for first place. All other manufacturers stayed the course in the rankings, with the lone exception of Dodge jumping over Subaru and Hyundai behind Dean Kearney’s Viper.

Here’s the current standings after 4 rounds:

1. (tie) Ford – 582.5 points
1. (tie) Lexus – 582.5 points
3. Nissan – 524.5 points
4. Scion – 502.5 points
5. BMW – 482.5 points
6. Chevy – 318 points
7. Toyota – 177.25 points
8. Mazda – 160.5 points
9. Dodge – 49.25 points
10. Subaru – 49 points
11. Hyundai – 24.25 points

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