32nd Drift Squadrons Night Strike has become an instant classic, now becoming a traditional event, despite being quite new. As always, it will be held at Raceland Krško and it will also host the season finale of Adria Drift Series. But tradition is one thing and evolution is something different entirely.
Namely, for the first time in history, Night Strike is becoming a 2-day event. Starting in the afternoon hours of Friday, October 4th, the track will be hot for the Hot Lap competition. This too is a novelty at Night Strike, yet a well known concept in racing - it’s all about setting the fastest lap and anyone can take part. Street cars, race cars - as long as you dare, you can be a part of this and go fast.
To shake things up, spectators will also be able to enjoy watching Adria Drift Series drivers going sideways during their free practice sessions. At dusk, as the reflectors illuminate the track, we switch to Game of Drift. Hard park is a well-known game in the drift circles and we’ll see just how precise the drivers can be.
We suggest going to bed early on Friday, as Saturday will be action-packed. Engine sounds, exhaust noise and tyre smoke will arouse your senses, first during practice and warm up session, but then it’s really ON. Stance Evolution was a success in its first iteration in Čakovec earlier this year and as per popular demand, Auto Fučkan is at it again - the jaw-dropping styling event is bringing in cars from several countries. Simultaneously, Adria Drift Series qualifying will begin and for drivers, it is absolutely vital to go all out to enter Top 16. The competition is fierce, with insane skills and horsepower outputs big enough to make the planet spin faster. In the end, there can only be one winner. There can only be one Adria Drift Series 2019 champion.
After we crown the new champion and the season is over, there is only one thing to do. Throw a party. So we turned to Al-in events, who are bringing you DJ Mike Vale to take you long into the night. Best make it count, because when you wake up on Sunday, you can only start the countdown until the next season. See ya!
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