In Italy, drifting championships were officially known since 2004, when Mr. Riccardo Tesini created the Italian SUPERDRIFT Professional Challenge!
After almost 10 years of developing the rules and judgment technologies, this championship was the first to use a telemetry system, called SPYDRIFT, to judge speed entry and angle.
Past days Round 2 hit Vallelunga Circuit, in center Italy, bringing a lot of fun and smoke to Italian fans! Very skilled drivers come from all over country, faced with door to door competition to get first place.
The preferred cars are BMWs, because they are cheaper, have stronger engines and it’s easier to find replace parts in the European market.
Although Bimmers rule the Italian champs, Japanese cars were killing it again!
Round 2 was very competitive and drifters pushed beyond their limits from free practice to final battle. This was upsetting both championship rankings and leaders, Monteverde and Pagani!