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The BDC team.
The final licensing day before the start of the season has the championship going back to its true roots.
Relive Judgement Day On Motors TV!
Those who were lucky enough to be able to attend the high drama Judgement Day from Round 6 of the Maxxis British Drift Championship at Knockhill were given a real treat! It had it all! Topping the season off in grand style, with some tense and tight battles around the demanding circuit as the teams and drivers gave everything they had, in one last grasp to snatch glory for the season! Now is your chance to catch up, or relive the action in the comfort of your living room!
Trax is one of the biggest car shows in Europe, and when you merge it with the Maxxis British Championship it goes to a whole new level of awesome! Silverstone is the home of British Motorsport and the lure an event at such an illustrious venue like this sees over 16,000 cheering drift fans line the track to see the BDC Super Pros.
Drifting stars from all over the world are ready to battle!
Round 5 of the Maxxis British Drift Championship is just around the corner, and the excitement is reaching fever pitch! We cannot wait to see the BDC Super Pro’s let loose around the world famous Silverstone circuit! The drivers themselves are relishing the chance to showboat in front of the heaving grandstands that will be crammed with over 16,000 people! The Battle Of Britain is shaping up to be the years must-see drift event!
Smoke Falls On The Hill
The build up for Round 4 of the Maxxis British Drift Championship saw the tension further increase as many drivers and teams were looking at the table in the hope of climbing further to close or make gaps of their fellow competitors. After having a year out from Lydden Hill, everyone was looking forward to get back out onto the tricky circuit. The gravel traps lay in wait for those who dared to stray off the line. (more…)
Ladies and gents
We head to Norfolk Arena or round 2 of the Maxxis British Drift Championship next weekend.
Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd June!
Here are the times you need for all the action from the UK’s premier drift championship.
0900 the track will open for practice, the Semi Pro’s out first, Professional class up next followed by the Super Professional class.
Practice will finish at 1330, we then go in to single run qualifying from 1400. The drivers go in the zone to show the crowd and more importantly the judges exactly who should be in the all important top 16 positions.
The drivers get the chance to chill out before we open the track for more practice from 1130. Practice will run until 1500.
The cars will then be lined up on track and the crowd will be invited to meet the drivers and have an up close and personnel view of the cars.
Then at 1630 we start the main event, the finals!
The Semi Professional class
The Professional class
The Super Professional class
In that order, none stop action guaranteed all the way until we have 3 winners and a Team/constructors winner for round 2!
The event will finish under the floodlights of the Arena at approximately 2100 so no excuses to get your self to the event.
We look forward to seeing you there next weekend!
The BDC team.
BDC on the big screen
Its been said before that the Maxxis British Drift Championship is progressing, and we have even more proof for you. There’s been a recent buzz surrounding the first round of the BDC at Teesside being screened on television. That isn’t a rumour, it’s a fact!
Motors TV will be running a section of half hour long programmes about the BDC. This is fantastic news for everyone involved! Besides the personal satisfaction of seeing yourself on your widescreen at home, it will be just the news that your loyal sponsors will want to hear!
I first started drifting in 2006/2007 on what they call a grass roots level. In 2007 the British Open was my first taste of competition drifting and I was hooked! In 2008 the BDC was created. This is my 4th year with the BDC and hopefully will be 4th time lucky after suffering 11 engine failures in both the 2008/2009 seasons, and the 2009 EDC season. I thought 2010 would of been my year, but sadly I had to bow out for this season due to major back surgery. (more…)