Luke Fink

Luke is the teams Super Pro class driver. He is a multiple championship winner and many regard him as having the most natural talent of any driver within the sport.
Luke Fink was born 24 April 1983 in Adelaide Australia. After moving to Melbourne when he was 14 with his Father and Sister he found an interest in riding BMX. In 2003 at the age of 20 he won the World BMX freestyle championships. Unfortunately a bad ankle injury ended Lukes career riding competitive BMX.
Luke started driving at the age of 22 and quickly discovered drifting. His natural talent shone through immediately and he won the first competition he entered into. Luke continued to progress at national level and in 2009 won the countries top competition, then called the Drift Australia Championship after being the runner up in 2008.
2010 saw Luke head to Europe and compete in the JDM All Stars competition, that he also won outright. In 2011 Luke returned back to competing in Australia in the Australian Drift Grand Prix. He won the championship in the most comprehensive of manors, by winning every round of the competition.
2012 saw Luke again head to Europe to compete in the European All Stars competition. After a convincing win at round 1 and being the top qualifier at round 2 he unfortunately had to retire from the championship.
Luke wants to come to the UK again and take on the challenge of winning the British Drift Championship Super Pro class.
As well as being an exceptional driver, Luke is also a highly skilled tutor of drifting and regularly works with people within the sport to help both them and the sport as a whole progress.
Luke will be coming to the UK this September to compete in round 5 of the British Drift Championship and also make an appearance at the UK's first Drift Matsuri.