Well-known Canadian drifter Marc Landreville has had great success from the get-go. After his first competition in the Pro-Am category in 2009 where he finished on the podium, he decided to continue the season in the Pro category; he immediately landed in second position, kick starting his career. Confident in his own driving skills, Marc's driving is precise, sharp and fast; aware of what the judges asks, he's able to understand which line is ideal right at the beginning of the competition. This ability always gives him good qualifying results and gives him better chances during the tandem competitions. In 2012, he was crowned DMCC Champion, and earned his Formula D Pro license. During the 2013 season, he was only able to make it to one FD round (Wall Speedway, NJ) due to car issues. Nonetheless, he still managed to make top 16, and almost won the Rookie of the Year award, only by competing at 1 round. Keep an eye out for Marc Landreville!