Jag får se kära återseenden och helt nya byggen. Lusten att fota har helt klart kommit tillbaka starkare än någonsin. Denna helg är jag väl förberedd. Har laddat alla batterierna och tömt alla minneskorten. Varit och shoppat ett gråfilter då jag tydligt minns hur det var för två år sen när Drift Allstars var på Gröndal och solen stod som högst på hela sommaren. Alla bilder frättes ut och det var riktigt svårt att få till några bra bilder.
Laddar i skrivande stund upp bilderna i datorn och ska bli spännande att se om gråfiltret gjort nytta. Har även dammat av min gamla kamera med pytteliten skärm så det ska också bli kul att se om det blivit de bilder jag hoppas på.
Har du haft svårt att hitta rätt information inför Drift Allstars så är det av den enkla anledningen att de nu mer går under namnet Drift GP.
Här hittar du Drift GP:
Unveiling an exciting new era championship, the Drift GP series will feature a European calendar full of show-stopping venues across the continent – testing 100 drivers from 25 different nations. Featuring a great mix of high speed circuits, custom layouts, street circuits and a stadium environments, across 8 stops, the drivers will be pushed to their limits in 2017.
French Drift GP on May 29-30th will kick off the 2017 season for very first time on the Nascar Circuit of Tours speedway just outside Paris. With a shift towards more central European locations in 2017, the series will be more accessible to core fans than ever before. The British Drift GP will showcase an all new street circuit for the first time ever in Western Europe
Building on the success of classic stops like Global WarFare in Ireland, Germany Lausitzring, a return to Grondal in Sweden and the all new look Latvia, provide a great backbone to the series with a show stopping finale at the European Drift GP in September.
PLUS this year, there’ll be more than just drifting…EACH ROUND for the first time, will take the format of an all-in one motorsports festival rolling to each stop. From music, trade, e-sports & an e-village…
Round 1 French Drift GP – Tours SpeedWay May 27-28th
After a break of 5 years the series returns to France, to the iconic Tours Speedway just south of Paris. Tours will really test drivers with its 9 degrees banking and concrete jungle, pushing drivers for the very first time on this type of course. It should throw up some big surprises.
Round 2 British Drift GP – NEC -BirminghamCircuit June 24-25th
Battle of Britian 2017 see;s the best from the British Championship do battle against the best from Europe. Can the BDC stand up against the International invasion on this custom built venue on the confines of the NEC centre Birmingham
Round 3 Irish Drift GP – Global Warfare 3 Mondello Park July 1-2nd
The climatic end to the 2016 Global Warfare did not leave any stone uncovered. It was only fitting that a rematch was put in place to show the Irish who can really can take down their unbeaten streak. The record was brought down to the wire and with even more firepower coming in this record needs to be challemged.
Round 4 Swedish Drift GP – Grondal Motorsenter July 22-23rd
A return to Scandinavia, to one of the most unique circuits ever showcased on the tour, the Grondal circuit with its roller coaster undulating layout on the hills of Eskilstuna will again showcase the best from Sweden/Norway/Finland and Denmark against Europe’s best.
Round 5 German Drift GP -August 5-6th th
German Drift GP makes its return to the Eurospeedway Lauschitz circuit. After a hugely successful opening year event the German fans and drivers have got a real appetite for the best drivers at this high speed layout. Can the top German drivers bounce back on home soil? It’s time to find out…
Round 6- Hungarian Drift GP – September 2-3rd
Hungary has always played a special part of the calendar with its super enthusiastic fans. For 2017 an all new layout at the Hungaroring F1 Circuit, with a reverse high speed layout, should really test the drivers to the limit
Round 7 –European Drift GP September – Final Fight
No season would be complete without an epic final location. Combined with music, actions sports and more, this festival will showcase drifting at one of the most unique venues ever used in the sport of drifting….the wait will be worth it!
Series Director, Niall Gunn added “The 2017 season will bring a great mix of diversity and change, with the return and more focus on western European events. The biggest mix up has been the huge amount of full time international teams and global drivers who have joined the tour for 2017. With so many new faces it is shaping up to be the most unpredictable season ever, with the diverse nature of testing circuits pushing the drivers to find their very best.”