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Drift Kings!

The awesome Drift Kings competition is back for 2017!  

Run in association with the British Drift Championship (BDC) Drift Kings will be an eye-catching show stopper on the iconic Silverstone Circuit. Take your seat in the Grandstand for the sessions at 11:00, 13:00 and 15:00 when you can see some of Europe’s top drift cars and drivers competing for a ‘winner takes all’ prize of £1000, a trophy and the glory of winning Drift Kings 2017! 

The Competition

The competition will be run over three dedicated drift sessions and will be judged on style, smoke, skill and entry speed. This is a no-holds-barred competition from the best of the best as they compete to impress the judges and take home the prize!

How to Enter?

If you hold a drift licence sanctioned by a professional body and want to register your interest competing in Drift Kings please fill out the Drift Kings Driver Profile Form (below) and drop this in an email to us with some images of your car Japfest@kelsey.co.uk

Please read the Drift Kings Competition Details Form (below) for full details, competition rules and entry requirements.

Driver Entry Requirements

All drivers must hold a current British Drift Championship Drift Licence.

  • Entry to the competition includes entry for one car plus support and up to four people.
  • You must advise us of your space and ticket requirements, as well as any additional support vehicles.
  • All drivers are required to supply a bio and high-resolution images for promotion on the event website and show guide.

Vehicle Requirements

  • Minimum of a 6 point roll cage including a drivers side door bar
  • Cars must be in a good road worthy condition
  • No leaks of any kind will be allowed
  • Appearance is important, no cars with odd coloured panels allowed
  • All cars should be washed and presentable
  • All cars will be noise tested and must comply with the strict limit of 100db. This is not negotiable, if you are not under this limit you will not be allowed on track


The competition will be split between three sessions throughout the day, each judged by different criteria.