Drift Tracks in the UK

Amber Harty posted in Drift

1y ago

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Finding a decent drift track where you can take your own car to learn at a decent price is difficult. We’ve sourced some of the best drift tracks around the UK for reasonable value to really make the most from your car.

Driftland

Driftland are branded as the UK’s only dedicated drift track. Offering the option to be a drift passenger, drift experiences in their cars or drift your own car. Whether you’re a beginner or a skilled driver, Driftland caters for all skillsets on a smooth tarmac track, which has been the home for many BDC events.

Where: Lochgelly, Scotland - KY5 0AY

How much: £45 for Winter Practice Days

Arena Essex

Arena Essex is the home of King of the Ring, one of the biggest drifting events in the UK. Offering practice days open on Sundays from 11am-3pm and Wednesday evenings from 4pm-9pm. The track is fully marshalled, and requires protective wear whilst on the oval track. It is perfect for beginners and more advanced drifters.

Where: Thurrock, Essex - RM19 1AE

How much: £40 per car

Teeside Autodrome

Teeside boasts of being the birthplace for the BDC in 2008, opening their track for you to test your skills every Bank Holiday Monday and New Years’ Eve. This track caters for more skilled drifters wanting to test their limits on a high-speed layout.

Where: Middlesbrough - TS6 6XH

How much: £90 per car

Adrian Flux Arena

Norfolk Arena is a great place for beginners, with Malcom and Minnie on hand to give their professional advice. Norfolk is one I’ve managed to get to myself, and is a great set-up for when you’re learning how to control and transition your car. There’s also competitions held at the arena for more advanced drifters, to cater for all skill-sets. Whether you want to learn or just have a hoon with your friends, Norfolk is a recommendation.

Where: King’s Lynn - PE34 3AG

How much: £40 per car

Buxton Raceway

Buxton sports an oval tarmac track, providing a great practice arena for beginners and novices. They offer a tyre van in the venue to assist you with changing tyres whilst on track, so be sure to bring plenty! There’s often competitions too with prizes to be won if you’re feeling brave enough.

Where: Buxton - SK17 0RR

How much: £40 including entry

Santa Pod DWYB

Santa Pod often host DWYB (Drift What Ya Brung) various times throughout the year, you will need to check the website for dates, but you also need to be quick, tickets often sell out. The layout offers an open space for beginners and experts who just want to get that added bit of seat time to practice and learn their skills.

Where: Wellingborough - NN29 7XA

How much: £80

Rockingham

If you’re feeling a little bit brave or are on the more experience side of drifting, Rockingham is the place for you. Giving you the option of practice days or track days, you can practice your twinning skills on their outer paddock.

Where: Corby - N17 5AF

How much: £80

If you know any more tracks to add to the list, be sure to comment below.

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Comments (4)
  • Pembery circuit Pembrey, Llanelli SA16 0HZ

    Prices unknown

    1 year ago
  • Anglesey in wales A55, Ty Croes LL63 5TF

    Prices unknown

    1 year ago
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