Round 3 of the British Drift Championship took place at the Birmingham NEC, dubbed the ‘Battle Of Britain’ as the DriftGP drivers would be in the mix for the weekend.
Long Beach, Calif. – August 8, 2017 – Formula DRIFT has aligned with the Irish Drift Championship (IDC) and British Drift Championship (BDC) to form a strategic alliance to develop the future rules and regulations for drifting.
“Drifting, by it’s very nature, has always been geographically segregated and this, in my opinion, naturally restricts global progression,” stated David Egan, CEO, Zigen Promotions – Irish & British Drift Championship. “Those in a position of influence generally work independently, without the additional knowledge gained by fellow organizations. I believe this strategic partnership with Formula Drift opens a positive channel to which we can combine resources and experience, with the betterment of the sport being the prime objective. I think the correct time has come to work together for what has always been a common goal: making the sport of professional drifting as successful as possible for all involved.”
It’s time to bring you all an update on ExtremeBHP Motorsport’s season in Driftcup now that everything has settled after Round 4 at Teesside Autodrome in Middlesbrough.
It’s time to bring you all an update on ExtremeBHP Motorsport’s season in Driftcup now that everything has settled after Round 3 at the Rockingham Motor Speedway in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Round 3 of the 2017 HEL Performance Driftcup visited Rockingham Motor Speedway for the second time this year although another custom layout had been created to push the drivers to the next level.
The second round of the 2017 British Drift Championship was held at its spiritual home, Teesside Autodrome.