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DriftWhatYouBrung is a day at Santa Pod Raceway aimed at those who want a safe place to practice the basics of drifting without fear of kerbs or the cops :D

Free tuition is available from any of the DWYB marshalls who are happy to give some pointers - many of the fresh starters who have attended so far have been able to link the whole track by the end of the day :nod:

To ensure Minimum queue time,maximum seat time (tm) there is enough space for :

1 x Large Main DWYB Track

2 x 'Kidney' DWYB Demo Tracks

2 x Newbie play pens for fig 8s, donut etc

There is also the flexibility to change the track layouts during the day to cater to what people need :nod:


50 cars maximum - 40 in advance and 10 slots available on the day


Gates open from 8.30am to 5pm with drifting from 9.30am to 4.30pm - no lunch break

No Noise restriction


Helmets recommended - not mandatory

Full Tyre changing facilities : £5 per rim + £2 disposal if needed

There are toilet facilities on site

Sue's Cafe :worthy: will be open from 10am til 3pm


£60 per driver - booking direct with Santa Pod here :

Santa Pod Ticket Shop


on phone 01234 782828 - the ladies on switchboard wont know any more info than is on the website so best off asking any Qs on here :dw:

Booking early is advised as every DWYB last yr has sold out 2 weeks in advance :smash:

If you make a booking and are unable to attend you will be given a credit for a future DWYB date by phoning Santa Pod - sorry no refunds

If your ticket does not arrive in post in time just collect one from main office before you drive up to track :cool:

£5 for spectators on the gate

Bring with you..

As many spare tyres as you can fit in the car
Jack and Tools
Petrol can
Baby wipes
Warm clothes
CableTies :smash:
Driver's Licence for sign on

If its your 1st Drift day make sure you read this thread by Paz :thumbs: Basic Drift Day Prep

DWYB website :

DWYB - Drift What Ya Brung


How many tyres do i need ?

Lots - rule of thumb is as many as you can fit in car as there is nothing worse than being at drift day with a working car, empty track and no tyres

Can my mates come out for passenger rides ?


Is it fully booked yet ?

Once full i will post up 'Fully booked '

Help it has sold out - what do i do ?

We hold back 10 tickets at every event as people often dont turn up. Advance tickets are £60 - Pay on day £65

Do i need a welded diff / Fancy JDM 2-way ?

a diff that locks both wheels will help - however its not vital for you to come along and have FUN

Do I need lots of power/ Stage6.9chip/ SuperDuperHybridTurbo/ 2JZ

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