But Adria Drift Series is more than just a drift competition!
Drift is a competition on specially setup course according to the standard drift rulebook. It consists of two free practice runs, qualification run and TOP 16 twin battle shootout. Inbetween two practice runs there will be a briefing for the competitors and judges and after the second practice run there will be an introduction of all the competitors on stage. The organizer will provide trophies and prizes for the best drivers. Also, the judges will select the most perspective driver of the day.
As there will be 1:1 races, there will also be 1:10 car model races. Judged the same way as the real cars and competing like the real racers. The course layout will be the scaled version of the acctual event track.
Show’n’Shine is exhibition and competition of modified cars. It will be held in the specially dedicated area of event. Through the whole day there will be a professional evaluation of all cars in competition by the SMTV regulations with a three-member commission. For certain participants there will be required presentation of their cars at the main stage. At the end of the day the “loudest car” battle will be held at the main stage, one on one, chosen by the crowd. For the best there will be trophies and prizes.
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