Drift Allstars Europe 2014
For Immediate Release
December 2013

The new look Drift Allstars European series will continue its growth across Europe by hosting 7 events European wide in 2014. After having the best season ever in 2013 the series will go European wide taking in Western Europe, Scandinavia and Eastern European events and showcasing the best drivers in Europe at unique iconic tracks and venues.

Round 1-London May 17-18th – British Drift GP
Drift Allstars Europe returns to the United Kingdom with an all new venue. All details to be released in January. Venue is subject to Confirmation January 2014

Round 2 –Sosnova June 27-29th – Drift GP of the Czech Republic
Sosnova has had drifting since the start and from 2014 it will have its first International at this legendary circuit. This rallycross venue will be transformed into a 3 day drift festival in central Europe. With great access from all over Europe it’s sure be a great event to kick things of in mainland Europe with a Saturday Night main event being broadcasted worldwide.

Round 3- Mantorp Park July 19-20th – Drift GP of Scandinavia
Drift Allstars has a huge following in Scandinavia and it will run at one of the driver’s favourite tracks, the high speed Mantorp raceway. This will be a great showcase for drifters of this region to see who has improved since last year. The Swedish round, being just a week after Gatebil Rudskogen, should see one of the biggest lineups of the season with drivers coming from all over the world.

Round 4- Riga City Circuit August 1-2nd – Drift GP of Latvia
Following on from the success of the 2013 event, which was a big hit for drivers and fans, Riga should be one of the biggest events of the year. The crazy Latvian fans and equally talented local drivers will be trying to win on home turf after the international drivers won in 2013. This should be one of the highlight events of the year.

Round 5- Tallinn Street Circuit August 9-10th – Drift GP of Estonia
Estonia makes its debut on the calendar with a urban circuit in the centre of Tallinn city. Estonia is a big motorsport nation and with this event running just 5 days later after Riga, it means all the best drivers will be in attendance on this new demanding urban circuit.

Round 6- Kaunas Street Circuit September 6-7th – Drift GP of Lithuania
After the huge success of the 2013 event on the streets of downtown Kaunas, this event was actually awarded motorsport event of the year in the nation. The tricky street circuit tests the drivers to the limit on this one of kind venue on the public roads circuit.

Round 7- Warsaw September 13-14th Drift GP of Poland
No Season would be complete without a round in Poland. Currently Europe’s strongest nation in the sport of drifting. Warsaw will be another titanic season ending event. With over 70 drivers alone attending the Finals in 2013 from all corners of Europe 2014 finals set to be even bigger!

Niall Gunn, Managing Director of Drift Allstars Europe, commented “After the huge success of the 2013 season (Best ever season) it was a no brainer following the same formula and path for the 2014 season. Every event was huge in 2013 and in 2014 we want to see the exact same huge growth of the sport. The rate and level of the sport with drivers and events is exploding currently and we are delighted to be showcasing some of the worlds best drivers at these unique venues in Europes Premier Professional Drift Series.”

Also please drop by the Essen International Motorshow in Germany this week and next weekend where we have announced the official schedule today today.

At the show this past weekend where 200,000 fans got to see a Preview of the 2014 Drift Allstars European Series