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Ladies and gents, the search is on for drivers who are ready to compete in the UK’s premier drift championship, the Maxxis British Drift Championship.
We can now announce details of the second and FINAL licensing day in preparation for the 2014 season. This event will take place on Sunday the 23rd February 2014 at the Teesside Autodrome, South Tees Motorsports Park, Dormer Way, South Bank. TS6 6XH
The Maxxis British Drift Championship Dinner Dance has become an annual tradition over the years, with the drivers, teams, friends and family all gathering at the end of the season to congratulate the winners, hand out the year’s awards and enjoy a good night with great people. This year’s dinner dance took place at the Marriott hotel in Peterborough and was a fantastic night to remember for all involved!
As the championship heads into it’s 7th year in 2014, there are more and more drifters in the UK who wish to take part in Europe’s biggest and best series.
As in previous years the championship hosted one of two licensing days at Lydden Hill Circuit in Kent. 70 drivers were given the opportunity to show they have what it takes to impress the judges and be awarded either a Semi Pro or Pro licence.
We can’t wait to see the footage from Round 5 of the championship on MotorsTV – for now though keep yourself entertained with the programme trailer below!
We had an absolute blast at Trax, tearing up the legendary Silverstone tarmac in the name of fun! The tens of thousands of spectators absolutely loved our demonstration runs that featured some of the best drifters that the UK & Ireland have to offer. Make sure you check out our video from the event below!
Once again, the British Drift Championship had the pleasure of being invited along to Trax and were given the opportunity of bringing the sport of Drifting back to the home of British Motorsport, Silverstone. (more…)
We’ve had many international drivers attend this year’s Maxxis British Drift Championship, with notable attendees including Saudi drifter Abdulhadi Al-Gahtani and Formula D driver Darren Macnamara. At Round 4 Darren’s fellow Formula Drift driver Ryan Tuerck had also made the trip over in order to pilot the Team Japspeed Lexus IS200, in doing so joining the ever-growing list of internationally recognised drifters that have competed in the BDC.
As the BDC headed back down south to Lydden Hill for its second visit of the year, everyone was wondering whether history would repeat itself or would there be some surprises in store at Round 4. (more…)
The third round of the British Drift Championship was hosted at the circuit favoured by a lot of drivers and spectators, Teesside Autodrome, on the outskirts of Middlesbrough in the North East of England. (more…)