Rhys Millen didn't win at last weekend's Irvindale Speedway Formula Drift event last weekend - the fault of a power-steering pump that didn't want to do its share of the work - but the driver still managed to win the series championship. As silly as it may seem to have a season-long battle centered around oversteer, at least it was won in the right manner - with a domestic RWD car powered by a V8. Er, rather, it was won by a car that's built in Australia with an engine that's produced in Canada and a transmission that's assembled in Mexico. Millen's car is still damn sweet, and one can imagine that Pontiac's pleased with the outcome of its involvment in this sport.
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