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In all motorsports, there's a degree of uncertainty, but what elevates one team from the next is how they handle the pressure when it strikes. On Saturday, Vaughn's RTR Motorsports team rose to the challenge when debris caused his oil pump belt to break, forcing them to have to replace his engine during his final practice. Having prepared extensively for this, the team had the replacement engine and additional parts track side in no time. However, due to the timing of the incident and where Vaughn's battle fell in the bracket they ultimately came up just 10 min short of...

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Knowing he left some driving on the track during qualifying, Vaughn found it for Saturday’s sixth round of the Formula Drift Season. In his first battle, Vaughn bested Dan Burkett setting up a Top 16 battle with Chris Forsberg. Following first, Vaughn made contact with Chris resulting in both cars being put on the clock for any necessary repairs. However, Chris was deemed at fault, and unable to repair his car in the allotted time, Vaughn would get the win and advance to the Great 8. It was a hard-fought battle there with Piotr Wiecek that unfortunately saw Vaughn topped...

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Ready to rock as soon as they got to the track Saturday, Vaughn and his Mustang RTR team fine-tuned everything in the final morning practice session prior to the Top 32 that afternoon. Car and driver were both dialed in taking the unanimous win over Pat Goodin setting up a meeting with Ken Gushi in the next round. Vaughn’s first battle with Gushi would go one more time and, unfortunately, the OMT would not go in Vaughn’s favor. However, the decision was not without some controversy which has led to a formal appeal being filed with Formula Drift. Despite the...

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What a wild weekend for Vaughn and his RTR team! Making contact with the wall in the final run of practice before the Top 32 began, Vaughn’s team put on an incredible display of preparation and teamwork to get him from tow truck to his first battle in under 20 minutes. Taking to the track versus Dean Kearney in a car resembling Mad Max more than a Mustang, Vaughn would get the win capping off one of the greatest comebacks in FD history. However, Vaughn wasn’t done and continued winning into the evening before finishing fourth overall. Vaughn’s RTR teammate,...

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