Kory Keezer is an upcoming driver out of Seattle, Washington. In 2011, Kory hit the ground running and was sliding around Evergreen Speedway's "Big Bank" within his first few events. With many of the Pacific Northwest's local drivers making the jump from Grassroots to Pro-Amateur Drifting, Kory decided to sign up for Evergreen Drift's Program in 2011. Despite accidents, mechanical failures, and other unforeseen issues, Kory ended the 2011 Formula Drift Pro-Am Season placing 4th overall and earning his FD Professional license for the 2012-2013 series. Not bad for four and a half months of track time. After spending the 2012 season building and testing a new chassis for a new more competitive series, he was ready to compete in Formula Drift the following year. In 2013 he started his rookie season blind in FD with no funding and no trackside support. Lack of funding eventually took its toll on KKR's program and he only competed in two of the seven rounds nearly qualifying in the Top 32 at both competitions. Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, Kory got the call from Formula Drift informing him that he was again eligible to compete in the 2014 series. This may be Kory's year, his second chance to make it at a professional level and fulfill his dream as a Professional Driver. Kory's driving style is an aggressive, stylized "keep you on the edge of your seat" type of driver and one of the most exciting drivers to come out of Evergreen Drift's program.