Skid Risk Birmingham Wheels - 3rd June - Drifting until 7pm!

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  1. SkidRisk

    SkidRisk Member

    Dec 2, 2012
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    The next event is Sunday 3rd June !

    Lets get fun back in drifting! We have music, a good atmosphere, food and drinks available and various places to watch around the track. There will be the chance to try different track set ups throughout the day. We will have the top uk driver in attendance driving there practice cars with the chance to get passenger rides with some of the best drifters. They giving free tuition throughout the day. They will be Jumping in and out of your cars to give you all the best advice a professional could give and all for FREE. We will keep having briefings in the day so drivers can ask questions and decide what they want from the day. We will also be running trains and the marshalls that feel that the drivers are competent to do this will be given the chance to twin with the top uk drivers. The track will be open until 7pm so we can drift until late. We aim for around 11 hours drifting on the day so bring plenty of tyres.


    Details of any comps etc will be confirmed in advance and at the drivers briefing.

    Standard daily timetable:
    08:00 Gates Open
    09:00 Drivers Briefing (THIS IS MANDATORY!!)
    09:15 Track Open
    12:30 Lunch
    13:00 Track Re-Opens
    18:00-20:00 Track Closes (Dependant on Queue Size, Weather etc)


    Tyres will be on site again to provide high quality part worn tyres and a tyre change service:
    FREE TYRES WITH FITTING (any size 15's to 18's - if you need anything smaller then get in touch before the event)
    £5.00 for changes
    £1.00 for disposals
    £2.00 will be charged for air due people bringing there own tyres and not buying them


    We have a maximum of 50 spaces available on the day (max 45 to be booked in advance) so book early to avoid disappointment as we cannot guarantee access on the day! Drivers need to bring their photocard licenses and attend the mandatory briefing at 9am on the day of the event. Signing on is open between 8am-9am.


    Single Day - in Advance
    Driver £40 + £5 entry
    Second Driver £35 + £5 entry
    Passenger £20 + £5 entry

    Single Day - Pay on the Day
    Driver £45 + £5 entry
    Second Driver £40 + £5 entry
    Passenger £25 + £5 entry

    ALL Spectators are £5

    Skid Risk reserve the right to refuse entry and/or eject any person or persons from the site with no entitlement to a refund should our rules and regulations be contravened.


    Although everyone that comes along is friendly and happy to help out, we'd recommend that everyone brings their own tools: Jack, Wheel Brace, Socket Set, Screwdrivers, Hammer etc - Cable Ties and Duct Tape are highly recommended for running repairs! You may also want to bring some oil, a decent container of water (there are taps on site) any anything else you think will be useful.

    Your friends! Drifting is more fun if you can enjoy if with your mates... Share the jobs of changing wheels and have fun on track!


    A full briefing is given at the start of each day, the basics;
    Helmets MUST be worn at all times on track (including the play pens) - you must bring your own helmets, SkidRisk do not supply.
    Drivers and Passengers must be wearing the correct wristband before going on track. SkidRisk reserve the right to refuse entry and eject anyone from the premises that does not adhere to this rule.
    Seatbelts must be worn and windows closed to within a fist width gap.
    Any loose or sharp panels must be repaired or removed prior to going on track.
    SkidRisk operate a 2 warning system for anyone that disobeys the marshals, drives dangerously on track/on site or causes any issues for anyone else on site. If you receive a second warning you will be going home early with no refund. This is for minor rule breaking, anyone acting a down and out idiot will just be instantly banned
    So the instant ban rule breaking consists of, acting an idiot on the play pen, not wearing a helmet on the playpen, trying to get away with not paying, tampering with wristbands, speeding around the venue and lastly wheel spinning in the pits as this leads to cars being damaged from the stones being thrown up
    Respect us and we will respect you!


    Birmingham Wheels Adventure Park
    Landor Street
    B8 1AD

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    #1 SkidRisk, May 8, 2018
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2020
  2. minicrazy123

    minicrazy123 Member

    Mar 17, 2014
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    Hi how much are the part worn tyres on site? I run 225 40 18?
    Thanks josh
  3. thenextdk

    thenextdk Member

    Sep 11, 2010
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    Dude it says it up there in the post, read it again
  4. minicrazy123

    minicrazy123 Member

    Mar 17, 2014
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    Sorry its even in capitals! How did I even miss that! My bad thanks for the help!

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