HEL DriftCup 2019 schedule

NewsPosted on 19th December 2018

HEL DriftCup 2019 dates and locations 

It is with great pleasure we can now announce the dates and locations for HEL DriftCup 2019.

All the competition events in 2019 will take place over 2 days, day 1 will be for unseeded drivers and day 2 for seeded drivers.

Details on how the new system for drivers and their seedings, plus entry details will be announced in due course.

Round 1 of the series will take place on Saturday and Sunday the 13th and 14th April at Three Sisters Race Circuit in Wigan.

Always popular with drivers and the crowd alike, the north western circuit will host the opening round for the very first time.

We have seen some epic battles in the past and we know the same will apply at the start of the new season.

Round 2 sees a welcome return of the Adrian Flux Arena, Kings Lynn to the calendar. The venue has held British Drift Championship and DriftCup events in the past with drivers such as Remmo Niezen, Mark Luney, and many other top drivers taking to the track.

The dates to set in your diary  are the 10th 11th and 12th May, Friday will be a practice day for those taking part in the main event on Saturday and Sunday.

The atmosphere the stadium creates is like no other, a tight and technical track is sure to make HEL DriftCup round 2 another awesome event.

Round 3 will see drivers head to the birth place of the British Drift Champion.

Teesside Autodrome, Middlesbrough, July 13th and 14th are the dates to mark on your calendar, for many, the best drift circuit in the UK.

South Bank corner awaits for the brave and fearless, for those who take the risk, will be rewarded. This is the highlight for many and the track has witnessed some of the best battles ever seen on UK shores.

Round 4 we see us return to Three Sisters Race Circuit in Wigan on August the 17th and 18th. In the height of summer, the circuit will host another epic round of the series.

By this time, the championship contenders will be looking for a good result. This means the competition will be off the scale.

The final round will take place at the only purpose built drift track in the UK, Driftland, Fife, Scotland. The date is the 7th and 8th September.

With its intimidating wall, multiple possibilities when it comes to layouts. Driftland is where champions are crowned and fierce battles will take place.

We are looking forward to another ground breaking season of HEL DriftCup.

With more drivers than ever aiming for a place on the grid, you can be sure the series will be amazing.

Day 2 of each event will see the best of the best in grass roots drifting all aiming for championship points and the chance to hit the big time and the BDC.

We can’t wait for the first round in April!

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