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Here is the first instalment, a preview of the coverage from round one of the championship at Lydden Hill!
Full listing on viewing times will be announced soon!
We move into 2013 with the standard of driving reaching VERY high standards. With that, we thought it was time to raise the standard of trophies.
We contacted a number of companies across the UK to find suitable silverware for drivers to place in their cabinets, on their mantel piece, a workshop shelf or where ever they choose.
We eventually chose a company called Dewhursts Trophies, with a shop in Kings Lynn and one in Boston in Lincolnshire, they couldn’t have been more helpful.
With the start of the 2013 British Drift Championship just around the corner, we thought that now would be the perfect time to take a look at this year’s line up. From the stalwarts to the newbies, the movers and shakers to the long time protagonists, this season looks set to the best ever for both the drivers and the spectators.
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The final licensing day before the start of the season has the championship going back to its true roots.
2013 marks the sixth year of the British Drift Championship, now with the support of some of the largest motorsport companies in the world! This year’s championship will be held over five rounds at some of the best tracks in the UK, including the BDC’s long-awaited return to one particular venue.
Support from Cosworth, K&N, Samco, Lucas Oils and many others is proof that the sport of drifting (and the British Drift Championship in particular) is now the place to be seen and is well-recognised as the pinnacle of drifting in the UK and Ireland.
It’s all confirmed now! The Maxxis British Drift Championship team will be at the popular Autosport International Show in January. The Autosport show at Birmingham’s NEC sets the industry standard! It brings together every aspect of motorsport all under one roof! Playing host to everything from Karting to F1 and now, British Drifting!
The 2012 season of the Maxxis British Drift Championship saw the sport and organisation boom! The level of attention received pushed things to the very edge of manic. Drifting fans just couldn’t get enough of the action that the BDC promises, and delivers! The teams and drivers all stepped it up a notch and we were rewarded with a season that surely has to go down into the history books as a landmark for British Drifting!
The televised screenings of the Maxxis British Drift Championship have been a massive success! The programmes made by Greenlight TV and screened on Motors TV have showcased the Championship to a whole demographic of people who’ve been unable to attend the Rounds live. For those who loyal fans who have attended; it gives back something extra as they can re-live the action, see it from another angle and of course look out for themselves to see if they have gained five minutes of fame on TV!
Triple Drifting sends Teesside Crazy!
After the sun went down onto Round 3 of the Maxxis British Drift Championship at Teesside, that would often be enough to go home satisfied after a weekends drift action . Especially after the standard’s we witnessed, well there was more to come! On the Sunday at Teesside, we had the annual Team Triple Drift Event. This yearly assault sees teams engage in “battle mode” as they line up and get door to door with their team mates to hit the highest score possible in knockout battles with other teams. It follows the same format as the normal rounds in the sense that there is qualifying sessions and then it get’s skimmed down to 16 teams for the knockout stage. The morning started and the main buzz in the pits and on everyone’s lips was- Triple Drifting! (more…)
After the high pressure qualifying sessions on Friday and the crop thinned down to 16 for each group for the Saturday finals, the track was dry and the sun was out so everyone was ready to do battle. The morning looked promising, once again we took the customary pit walk to see what was going on.