In Logatec, on August 24.8.2014, 3, for the third time this year, adrenaline drivers and enthusiasts of burning tires gathered at the car magazine's drift power cup. Despite the promising forecast, he was surprised by the early rain, which delayed the competitors' warm-up a bit, as they waited for the weather to improve. When the sun shone again and the track dried up, the drivers drove a few laps before qualifying. In the qualifications, Miha Šuštaršič shone the most in his BMW M36 e22, which scored 30 points. He was followed by Dario Skoko from neighboring Croatia in a BMW e8 with a V300 engine that provides more than 30 horsepower. The third best in the qualifications was Žan Golob, also in the BMW eXNUMX. They were followed by Uroš Berdajs, Jure Poljak, Dejan Fakuč, and Nicola Tortul from Italy, who won the first qualifying round in his Nissan
On Sunday, April 13.4.2014, 2014, the first drift power cup in the 18 season took place in the Slovenian border settlement of Vrtojba, at the GAS Vrtejba racetrack. 15 brave drivers, 9.00 from Slovenia and three from neighboring Croatia. As per the schedule, the drivers started warming up at 13.00 and soon there were thunderstorms from the exhausts of the mighty engines, which turned the tires into smoke. In the presence of firefighters and rescuers who took care of safety on the track, at XNUMX the drivers started qualifying. Each driver enriched the events on the track with his driving style, engine sound and the look of the car, and soon the race in pairs, the so-called twin drift, began. The "small finals" soon took place, as they fought in the round of XNUMX
On Sunday, September 22.9.2013, 2, the 9nd Drift Power Cup took place at the Blagomix racetrack in Logatec. As the foggy morning began to clear, the loud engines of the race cars also began to wake up, making sure the surroundings of the racetrack woke up to a sunny morning. At exactly 24:XNUMX a.m., the first racers began the warm-up laps. As the ground was still slightly slippery from the morning dew, quite a few drivers ended up in a cloud of smoke as it turned them around in the corners. That soon changed, as the newly laid track allowed for spectacular drifts and allowed race cars to reach high angles. Competitors were able to practice drifting with a co-driver, as the DRIFT TAXI took place until the qualifications, where each visitor could indulge in some adrenaline-filled laps in the passenger seat. It doesn't happen in
The 3rd drift event in Serbia took place on Sunday. This time, the "Serbian Drift Championship" opened its doors to all drift enthusiasts in the city of Čačak. Four representatives of Slovenia also took part in the race. In the qualifications, Uroš Berdajs proved to be the best of us, winning 2nd place in his attractive BMW M3 compact. Miha Šuštaršič with the BMW M4 V3 took the 8th qualifying place. Dejan Fakuč in the BMW 8i and Benjamin Čemas in the mighty BMW e9 M325 V36 took excellent 3th and 8th qualifying places. After a whole afternoon of turning tires into smoke and loud roaring of engines, the drift challenge came to an end in the gloomy Čačak. All our representatives ranked excellently in the top 10 racers. Uroš Berdajs reached 3rd place, followed by Mi.