32NIGHT STRIKE - 23. SEPTEMBER, Krško [SLO]

Event Location

Past winers

Event Results

About location

Raceland

Raceland circuit is located in Krško (Slovenia), near the nuclear power plant Krško. Circuit was built in 2006 and  it satisfies all international rules by CIK-FIA, B category for karting. The length of the full circuit is 1050m and width is 8-9 meters. It consists of 16 turns, 9 left turns and 7 right turns. From the safety point of view it's one of the safest trackes becuase of it's wide runoff areas. Drivers characterized the circuit as one of very technical ones becuase of it's variabiltiy.

Time table

START - 10:00
10:00 - Tech Inspection (till 12:00) 19:00 - Drivers Briefing
13:20 - Drivers Profile Photograph Session 19:10 - Signing session (Monster Energy booth)
13:20 - Drivers Briefing 19:20 - On track Show Off (Modifeid cars + more)
13:45 - Free Practice Session Group A 19:40 - Top 16 parade
14:30 - Free Practice Session Group B 20:00 - Top 16 shootout
15:15 - Free Practice Session Group A 20:45 - On track Show Off (Modifeid cars + more)
16:00 - Free Practice Session Group B 21:10 - Great 8 shootout
16:45 - Drift Taxi 21:40 - Drift Taxi
17:00 - On track Show Off (Modifeid cars + more) 21:50 - Final 4 shootout
17:10 - Drift drivers introduction 22:00 - Trophies Session
17:30 - Qualifying Session 22:30 - After Party with Champions
19:00 - Drift Taxi

13:30 - Official openning - gates open for visitors

*All schedules are subject to change without notice. Any questions on possible changes can be address with any Adria Drift Series representative on-site.

 

Price list
Ticket (presales*) 5,00 €
Ticket (at the gates) 7,00 €
Ticket with paddock access* 12,00 €
Children age 6 and under free entry
Family ticket (4 persons) 18,00 €
Drift Taxi 30,00 €

*Tickets will be available only for sale online, 4 weeks before each event and can only be bought till 10 days before the event.

 

 

Course layout

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