Monday, 12 september 2016

RD5 NIGHT SHIFT - 1. OCTOBER, Krško [SLO]

Adria Drift Series is getting towards the end of its second season. With last minute location swap, city of Krško will be yet again host of Adria Drift Series this year on beautiful racetrack of Raceland. But! To spice it about a bit, race will be held under the spotlights which will make this very attractive discipline of motorsport even more spectacular.

What more would make this even spectacular? We got five drivers fighting for the championship title, six teams for the team championship and three rookies for the rookie of the year award.

Who has it all to take this year’s championship? Can Uroš Berdajs defend his title or can Igor Tabak and Matjaž Podboršek finish a perfect race weekend and clinch that away from him? Even Karlo Pavičić and Bruno Stergar have theoretical chances for title fight.

Event will also feature a modified car exhibition and competition under the name Show’n’Shine and for the very first time also with the »NIGHT GLOW« competition.

Furthermore, we cannot forget smaller version of drift - the RC Drift. Drift masters of radio-controlled cars in scale 1:10 will compete on an equivalent but scaled track and their skills will certainly be admired by the audience.

Visitors in need of adrenaline rush will have the opportunity to ride with one of the greatest masters of drifting –Luka Marko Grošelj, this time with his latest drift car BMW M3 E92. Definitely worth considering, as in the past events every single passenger came out from the Taxi with a great smile on his face!

After the trophy ceremony there will be also a Champions after party for all the visitors and competitors.

First Saturday of October it is. Who is your favorite and who are you going to cheer for at the final round NIGHT SHIFT the title fight?

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