Jeff Wolfson has been around drifting around the time it became mainstream in Northern California. He was a self-taught drifter that utilized the opportunities given to him at a young age. With a restaurant job as a server he barely made enough wages to cover the expense for tires, but got the opportunity to drive for free by exchanging work as staff for the very first "Drift Day Norcal" in 2005. A little after Drift Day Norcal ended its operations in Northern California, Altamont raceway began holding drifting practice and allowing the Drift Battle Organization to hold competitions at their venue. Altamont raceway is where he would continue to drift until the opportunity was given to him to be invited to a Formula Drift Pro-Am invitational event held by Drift Day at the El Toro air field in Southern California. He did well to earn a spot in what is now known as the last Formula Drift Pro-Am Nationals in 2007. At 18 years old he took his basic Nissan S13 with a bone-stock SR20 and welded differential to compete with the best in the nation in Laughlin, NV. Unfortunately he did not earn his Formula Drift License and decided to give road racing a try. Fast forward 6 years he decided to try competing again and built a LS1 powered Nissan S13 to compete for a Formula Drift License. After some blood and sweat, he earned his license through the Golden Gate Drift Pro-Am Licensing Series finishing 3rd overall in points. Starting out his professional drift career he has teamed up with some of the best in the industry to build an amazing car. He has chosen his all-time favorite engine and installed it into a chassis that everyone loves, the Toyota 2JZ-GTE powered Scion FR-S.