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Odi Bakchis 2013 Year in Review

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Odi Bakchis gives us a quick peak inside Feal Suspension and his 2013 Formula D season

DSTROYR Does Irwindale

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Odi Bakchis Gives a Sneak Peak at New 2013 Livery

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Odi Bakchis posted some photos on his blog and instagram earlier this week showing off some new purple and green livery for the 2013 season. Some are torn on it but I think its actually a really nice share of purple and the green plays off of it well (sorry that’s the designer in me talking). Also gives us some insight into his 2013 Sponsors as it is a known fact that Team M7 Japan dropped Odi after the 2012 season. Rather it had to due with the crash in Las Vegas where Odi totaled his previous s14 is anyone’s guess, but we do know he put in a lot of time and labor to get a new s14 built for round 7 at Irwindale. Anyway it looks like Odi is setting up for his best season yet in 2013, being only his 3rd year in Formula D, he continues to work with Nexen Tires, Feal Suspension (of course), Sikky Manufacturing, 702 Graphics, Battle Version, Torco, Dstroyr, Clutch Masters and looks to have added Nitrous Express. So best of luck to Odi, hope to see you in Atlanta and Palm Beach!

Joon Maeng Shows Off 2013 Livery & Announces Nexen Tires as New Partner

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So Joon Maeng posted on his website yesterday showing off his new 2013 livery, the big news is that he announced he will be running on Nexen Tires and not Nitto like he has been in the previous season. Interesting news indeed. It’s good to see Joon got his car and sponsors together for the 2013 season after his trouble with Bergenholtz Racing in the 2012 season.
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Odi Bakchis signs Nexen Tires as Title Sponsor in 2013

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It looks like after a rough end to his second year in Formula D Odi Bakchis has some great news. It looks like M7 Japan is out as his title sponsor and Nexen Tires has stepped up to be the title sponsor for his car in 2013. Many followed Odi’s struggle after wrecking his car at Formula D Las Vegas Practice and trying to race to get a vehicle ready for the top 32. He did, but in the end was knocked out by Robbie Nishida in the first round. He then ended up missing Irwindale and still finished in 16th in the season. Hopefully this new partnership will be enough to give Odi the edge to throw it in further, faster and harder this season and get a podium.