Formula Drift Pro 2022
Joshua Love unknowingly began his drifting career in 2015 when he purchased his first BMW E36. That summer, Josh would go on to attend his first drift event put on by Drift Colorado in his near stock E36. Realizing that drifting would be something he would continue to enjoy, he began to build his BMW into a 450whp turbocharged monster. Over the next 2 years, the car would go through multiple engines before finally getting swapped for an LS.
After taking two Pro 2 licenses in the 2019 season, Josh and the team at After Hours Autosports would move on Formula Drift competition in 2020. The season was challenging and hard fought, but the team would come out successful. Taking home a first place podium on the very first FD round was an enormous feat, and paved the way for a good overall standing in the championship fight. After a near season ending crash in Irwindale, the After Hours team was able to put the car back together to drive into the top 16, landing enough points for third overall and Rookie of the Year.
In 2021 Josh would continue to take on the majority of the field. Whilst campaigning a new car, Josh and the After Hours team would take home 6th place overall, once again renewing a Formula Drift Pro license.
Podium Win - FD Pro 2 2020
Rookie of the Year - FD Pro 2 2020
Total Podium Wins for 2020
3rd Place Overall in Season - FD Pro 2 2020