Welcome to DWYB

About This Event

Half Price Second Driver: You can now get half price drifting for a second driver in the same car only. Pay on the day only.

 

Loyalty Cards: Buy 5 and get your 6th Free! To claim your free go, you need to call the office and book in advance to save your spot. Once you sign on we will need your completed loyalty card as payment. No card then no Drift or Full payment.

 

Who?: DWYB is for anyone from complete novices wanting tuition to expert drifters wanting quality seat time without authorities or curbs to worry about. Drift cars are rear-wheel drive and usually light to moderate weight. The most popular cars for drifting in the UK are Nissans (S13/S14/S15 and GTS Skylines), Toyotas (AE86), Mazdas (MX5 and RX-7), Fords (Old School Escorts and Sierras) and BMWs (3 Series) but many other cars can be and are used for drifting. All vehicles taking part should be silenced.

 

How Many?: DWYB days are limited to 80 people per day to ensure maximum track time and with several prepared areas and courses there is no shortage of drift time.

 

Tyres: This is Drift What Ya Brung so you will need your own car and tyres. There are full tyre changing facilities on site with a charge of £5 per rim. Tyre disposal is £2 per tyre or you must take your used tyres away with you.

 

Passenger Rides: If you don't have your own car or it's too precious then passenger rides are available, just ask a marshall.

 

Facilities: There are toilet facilities on site and the Cafe will be open from 9am to 4pm. If you run short on fuel, VP Racing Fuel is available from the Pod Shop along with helmets, DWYB Hoodies & stickers and Santa Pod merchandise.

 

Tuition: Tuition if required is from very experienced drifters and will start with basic donuts and figure of eights.

 

Driving license: A full driving license is required to participate in the DWYB events.

 

Noise Restriction: There is a 105db Noise restriction in place for drifting so please ensure you car has mufflers and bring bungs if it is very loud. If people get turned away due to being too loud they will be credited for another day.

 

Tracks: All the features mentioned above apply to everything that goes on at DWYB however we have several different track layouts for you to choose from depending on your level of ability.

There are 4 play pens for practicing donuts and figure eights, an intermediate kidney track, as well as an advanced track.

The DWYB advanced track is more suited to drivers with some experience looking to further improve skills. The larger course requires a higher level of driving skill and machine setup making it a perfect track to practice on for those who wish to turn a wheel between competitive events, try out new settings on their cars, or progress to the next level.

Drivers will have to prove they are competent at basic drifting on the intermediate track before they are allowed on the advanced track. Drivers wishing to practice twining at DWYB days will have to prove they are competent on the large track solo first.

 

What is Drifting?: "Drifting refers to a driving technique and to a sport based on the technique. A car is said to be drifting when the rear slip angle is greater than the front slip angle, and the front wheels are pointing in the opposite direction to the turn (e.g. car is turning left, wheels are pointed right), and the driver is controlling these factors." wikipedia.org

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