Drift Allstars 2013
For Immediate Release
The new look Drift Allstars European Series kicks off in London 2013 with a bigger focus on European international events with 7 exciting major events across 6 countries. Running from April to September Western/Northern and Eastern Europe will be covered making sure the best drift drivers in Europe get to test there skills against the local drivers.
Round 1 – (Poland) Budmat Driftshow Plock Poland
Drift Allstars kicks off the season at Plock Poland at what is Europes biggest Professional drift event.Built around the Orlen arena this now world famous venue is breathtaking and aperfect way to kick of the season.
Round 2 – (Sweden) Sturup Circuit – July 6-7th
Sturup Sweden marks the first European leg of the 2013 tour. This will be another high speed course famous in northern Europe for it’s steep decline course testing the best drivers in Europe. This sure will be a test between the Scandinavian drivers against Europe’s best.
Round 3 – (Latvia) Riga City Circuit – August 2-3rd
The Bikernieku race circuit is famous in eastern Europe for it’s action packed event, high speed layout and crazy Latvian fans – it will be one event to remember. Always a sellout event, the Russian, Latvian and north eastern European drivers will be pushing hard to make their mark on home turf in front of the international drivers.
Round 4 – (Lithuania) Nemuno Žiedas Circuit – August 10th-11th
The Nemuno Žiedas circuit in Kaunas will play host to what will probably be the fastest circuit of the season, with over 180km/h entries. Another demanding and fast layout which will separate the best drivers; the Lithuanians winning a guest event license shows they are amongst the most passionate event fans in Europe.
Round 5 – (Hungary) Mariapocs – August 22nd-24th
Drift Allstars returns to Hungary for the second year. The TRACKWOOD festival is hugely popular with fans from all over Europe, and in 2013 this event will be even bigger! A three day drift festival with the finals being run under the cover of darkness till the late hours is probably one of the biggest drift events in central Europe.
Round 6 – (Poland) Poznan Circuit – September 28-29th
Drift Allstars will also make a second appearance to Poland at the most famous drift venue in the country Poznan.Poznan will play host to both the Drift Allstars and PFD finals
Also over the next few weeks we will be announcing the launch of the Southern Hellenic Winter series which will cover Greece/Crete/Cyprus and Turkey.
Niall Gunn, Managing Director of Drift Allstars Europe, commented “This is now a third year in Europe and you can see from the success of the huge attendance of events, location of venues the shift is now on to have the majority of the stops in mainland Europe. 2013 will be a huge step forward with more racetracks and city centre locations and is set to be the biggest year of drifting events to hit Europe yet. With Western/Northern and Eastern Europe covered this is a true international series which will have the very best of drivers in 2013.
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