The British Drift Championship at the Adrian Flux Arena
Published date: October 2020
The British Drift Championship is heading to Norfolk for a two-day event from Friday 16th October to Saturday 17th October 2020. This one-of-a-kind event, hosted by the NADT brings the worlds of BDC and Battle Royale head to head, with a twist. The Adrian Flux Arena is hosting a 2-day drift event, with all day practice sessions, night demos and a Top 32. Drivers who put on the best show can win some excellent prizes and a champion will be crowned.
Friday 16th October 2020 - Practice and Freestyle Session - Throughout the day drivers will get the chance to learn the layout before some night demo's and freestyle sessions with prizes on the line.
Saturday 17th October 2020 - Battle Day - 10am - 9pm - Plenty more seat time for the driver grid before they go head to head in a random drawn Top 32 as drivers fight it out for the top spot. With big prizes including the chance to gain a BDC permit.
Under 13's go free when accompanied by a paying adult, under 18's must be accompanied by an adult.
Due to COVID regulations, it is essential everyone on-site wears a mask at all times, stays within groups of 6 and follows all government guidelines.
Free parking is available on site and dogs are welcome, but please clean up after them. Camping is not available at this event. The venue has disabled access and a raised viewing area.
Tickets range from £11.31 - £21.91 and these can be purchased by visiting: https://www.thebritishdriftchampionship.co.uk/tickets/
For further details including the latest COVID-19 regulations and the most up-to-date entry details, please visit their website.
The British Drift Championship, Adrian Flux Arena, Saddlebow Road, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3AG