You’ve poured blood, sweat, and tears into your car, spent countless hours preparing it for competition – that’s without mentioning the money. Why? To go out there and give it absolute hell. The 2013 Maxxis British Drift Championship opening round saw some balls-to-the-wall driving from all involved. Their war cry? Go hard or go home…
After what seems like an eternity, it’s finally that time of year, the 2013 MAXXIS British Drift Championship is upon us. We take a look at all of the action from round one of the championship at the awesome Lydden Hill Race Circuit, Kent, England…
Trax is a show that caters for all aspects of the car scene and only has time slots for a Super Pro Top 16 – but its by no means a display. The points gained here today count for the 2012 championship and with only one more round to go after this opportunities to up your points quota are running out.
With the better weather gracing the UK the drift season is now in full swing. The 19 May saw the start of the 2012 European Drift Allstars championship kick off over at Birmingham Wheels in the United Kingdom. A roster of Europe’s best drivers were in attendance to battle it out. Hit the jump to find out how it went down and remember to hit the Like button!
With qualifying over and the top contenders picked it was time to get the 2012 British Drift Championship season started. With three classes and three Top 16 brackets the Teesside crowd were in for an awesome show….
We conclude our coverage of the Romanian Drift Grand Prix in Bucharest with the top 16 battles.
We were invited out to Bucharest for the Drift Grand Prix Romania 2011 by the Drift Allstars crew and practice/qualifying was about to kick off. After returning back from the circuit on Friday night we hadn’t really gotten the rest we needed after being awake for over 36 hours – it was a lot to take in…..
With European series drawing to a close for winter the camera gear was all but packed away but then an interesting email from the Drift Allstars team landed in the Drifted inbox. Legal government sanctioned drifting on the streets of a major European city? Surely not. I snapped at the opportunity and got the camera back out.
With the Semi Pro and Pro Classes settled in the 2011 Maxxis Tyres British Drift Championship it’s time to settle the all important Super Pro class. As the sun started to drop over the Nissan Factory in Sunderland it was time for business, down to the nitty gritty, game-face time. All bets were off and everyone was going hard for the win.
The North of England. Home to heavy industry and mineral extraction in years gone by. The prominent giant steel structure of the Angel of the North towers down over any visitor from the South, a reminder of where you are and the industrial history that surrounds you. For one weekend only, the British Drift Championship was in town.
The annual Wembley event is the feather in the cap of the Drift Allstars season. Real professional drifting in the heart of the capital city, an ‘if the people won’t go to the racetrack, we’ll bring the racetrack to the people’ kind of affair.
Take one of Europe’s best known professional GP race circuits, a huge crowd raring for some drift action, some guest drivers from Formula Drift, the UK’s and Europe’s finest Super Pro drivers, some rain for drama and a whole lot of smoke and you have a recipe for an amazing drift event. Check out our report!
With the Semi-Pro and Pro Classes settled respectively it was the top flight Super Pro’s turn to tackling the dips and curves that Knockhill had to offer. Who would be crowned King of the Hill?
Round 4 of the British Drift Championship takes us way up north for one of the most challenging tracks in the calendar – Knockhill Racing Circuit in Scotland. Who would be crowned the King Of The Hill in 2011?
Better late than never! Or we saved the best for last? Either way, feast your eyes on our MASSIVE 290+ photo Awesomefest 2011 gallery within!