Teesside Autodrome was the location of Driftcup Round 4, a track I hoped I was able to link by the end of the weekend.
Not long after the dust had settled from round 2, we quickly went to work fitting a new braking system featuring a custom twin caliper set up from SR Autobodies and custom HEL Performance braided brake lines which now run inside the car.
Since the dust settled at round 1 I have been working behind the scenes to improve the car as much as possible. We discovered a leaking brake line from the hydro which was causing loss of pressure in the rear brakes. This was swiftly sorted thanks to a spanner check.
The final driver that we are following in the 2018 HEL Performance Driftcup is James Moore, a first time competitor to the series in his Nissan S14.
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.
Round 2 of the 2017 HEL Performance Driftcup took place last weekend at the Adrian Flux Arena in Kings Lynn.