By www.ShaneLynch.co.uk, Jun 20 2016 05:09PM
Round 1 will see the championship return to the rolling hills of Kent and Lydden Hill on Friday and Saturday the 8th and 9th April
As in 2015, the event will take place on Friday and Saturday. The Pro-Am class will start the season off in style followed by the growing number of Pro drivers hoping to be crowned champion in 2016.
Round 2 will see us north of the border in to Scotland and the wonderful venue of Driftland.
Driftland will this year replace an event which was previously to take place at Knockhill and will no doubt be an amazing event for fans and drivers alike. The Pro-Am event will run in to the evening on Saturday and the Pros take to the track Sunday.
Put Saturday and Sunday the 18th and 19th of June in your diary for an explosive Round 2.
Round 3 sees the championship return to the birthplace of the championship in 2008. Teesside Autodrome is simply insane for both drivers and spectators alike. The high banking that surrounds the circuit make it one of, if not the, best place to watch a drift event in the UK.
We will visit the venue on Saturday and Sunday the 16th and 17th of July.
Round 4 sees us once again returning to the iconic Lydden Hill track in Kent, this time in mid-summer. The track lends itself perfectly to drifting, with its fast entry and tight hairpin.
We visit the venue for the second time in 2016 on Saturday and Sunday the 20th and 21st August.
Round 5, the finale, will once again take place at Anglesey Circuit in North Wales. One of the fastest layouts and one which favours the brave. For the last few seasons, champions have been crowned at the only at the final round, so this is definitely not an event to be missed.
The date for the final round of 2016 is Saturday and Sunday the 17th and 18th of September.
information from www.thebritishdriftchampionship.co.uk