The first bank holiday in May saw the BHP Performance Show take over Lydden Hill Circuit in Kent with a huge selection of cars descending on the circuit.
It’s time to bring you all an update on ExtremeBHP Motorsport’s season in Driftcup now that everything has settled after Round 2 at the Adrian Flux Arena in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.
Round 2 of the 2017 HEL Performance Driftcup took place last weekend at the Adrian Flux Arena in Kings Lynn.
May Bank Holiday weekend and the annual visit to Japfest: Europes Biggest Japanese Car Show.
This years championship starts slightly earlier than it ever has done before which means a little bit less time over the winter to get the cars ready for the years competitions. For me, because the car finished last year reliable there wasn’t too much that needed doing to get ready for this year which was a bonus as my partner and I had a baby late last year which took up most of our time.
So with all the hype and changes that were around the British drift championship for this season we were eagerly anticipating BDC Round 1, having had a successful test day with our new Achilles Radial Tires. We were ready to rock! #Syril has had a few minor adjustments in the off season changing up to thicker 5 bolt Nissan Skyline shafts, new decals along with some extra aero namely the front splitter & top rear window spoiler – with thanks to EP Racing for the products & DLR Motorsports for fitting & making Syril look even more aggressive!