The final round of the 2016 British Drift Championship was held at Anglesey Circuit on the Welsh coast, it was all set for an explosive end to the year with both championships still to be decided.
Round 4 of the British Drift Championship was held at Lydden Hill, Kent. For the second time in recent years we would see the track being used in a reverse configuration.
Round 2 of the British Drift Championship headed north of the border and into Scotland but not to its almost traditional round at Knockhill, this time it was over to Driftland for the first professional competition event at the track.
Round 1 of the British Drift Championship and the traditional starting venue of Lydden Hill. Tradition doesn’t mean much this year though, David Egan has taken the reigns of the British Drift Championship and he is shaking it up with many changes all aimed at making it better for the drivers and fans.
The eagerly awaited start of the Driftcup season took place at Rockingham Motor Speedway, Northamptonshire on Saturday.