This season not only brings a new Championship but also a new car. It was a challenging start with an engine and gearbox failure on separate practice sessions. Out came the engine and instead of a refresh, Performance-at-Hart built it capable of handling bigger power in the future.
A cold and windy Three Sisters Race Circuit in Wigan played host to Round 1 of the 2019 HEL Performance Driftcup season.
DriftCup Round 4 at Teeside, I went into this round on a high after my last round at Rockingham getting a podium.
Teesside Autodrome was a new track for me, I had never driver here but I have seen plenty of videos from other events here including the British Drift Championship Livestream.
After breaking our diff at Round 3, we now have our new diff with a slightly different ratio, going from a 3.9 to a 4.3 I was super excited to see how it improved the driveability of the car. For round 4 of Drift Cup at Teesside Autodrome we had practice day the day before on Saturday which gave us plenty of time to get use too the track and the new gearing.
Teesside Autodrome was the location of Driftcup Round 4, a track I hoped I was able to link by the end of the weekend.