In mid-September, from the 17th to 18th, Biķernieki will host two rounds of Drift Masters Triobet Latvian GP. This will be the first time this Polish drift series has an event outside of Poland, and they have chosen Biķernieki, the best track in Europe.
Latvian drift organizers are honoured to welcome one of the best and strongest drift series of Europe. On September 17 and 18, Biķernieki will host close battles of the best Latvian, Polish and European drivers, with thousands of horsepower making smoke throughout two days in three separate events.
This event will go in Latvian drifting history as the first ever drift event to have two full days of competition. On Saturday, there will be the qualification and tandem runs for round 7 of Drift Masters GP, as well as qualification for the Triobet Latvian Drift Championship round. On Sunday, round 8 of the Drift Masters GP, including both qualification and tandem runs, will take place, followed by the tandem runs of the Triobet Latvian Drift Championship. Event schedule will also be slightly different from what is typically seen in Biķernieki. Qualification for the Drift Masters GP will begin at 9:00 each morning, followed by practice of tandem runs (based on qualification results) at 12:00. Event opening ceremony is set for 13:00, while the tandem runs will begin at 13:30. Drift Masters differs from most other drifting series in that only the top 16 drivers qualify for the tandem runs.
Organizers would like to welcome any European and Baltic drivers to compete in the events, in order to have a fantastic drift-filled racing weekend.
Entry fee for both Drift Masters GP events is 200 EUR, and 50 EUR for entering the Latvian Drift Championship, with the latter entry fee going completely into the prize fund.
In addition to that, organizers can offer great deals for drivers from Norway, Sweden and Finland who plan to travel via Tallink, with at least a 35% discount from the base price.