The final round of the British Drift Championship was held at Anglesey Circuit/Trac Mon with the stunning Welsh scenery as a backdrop.
Well Anglesey hosted the final round, it was a great track and the weather was good for once this year. During my practice runs I didn’t know what to expect, the track looked challenging but straight from the off I was feeling good with the car.
After the failure of the oil pump at the last round I was raring to go at the final round of the British Drift Championship at Anglesey, I had overcome an expensive engine rebuild and gearbox failure and had my stack of tyres thanks to expressdispense.com and was looking forward to making the Achilles tyres smoke out the stunning Welsh track!
The final round of the British Drift Championship was held at Anglesey Circuit/Trac Mon with the stunning Welsh scenery as a backdrop at Anglesey Circuit/Trac Mon. A track layout that was long and fast to test all the BDC drivers and with the weather looking favourable the scene was set for a great finale to the season.
Round 5 of the British Drift Championship saw the competition return to Silverstone circuit at the TRAX event, with just the Super Pro class competing. Our team driver Steve Moore’s Silvia S14 had been fully repaired after round 4 at Teesside and was ready to compete.
Hello! Welcome to my next drivers report. Following on from my previous write up at Teesside Autodrome, the car was bought back to Boss Motorsport HQ, where the team completely stripped the front suspension to inspect the damage that was caused during battle with Dave Waterworth. After replacing the steering rack, both track rods, both lower control arms and a wheel, the car was then given a full realignment before being packed back into the truck. We were ready to hit the road once more for round 4 at Lydden Hill Race circuit in Kent.