Tips how to get " drift car " to the track for young drivers?

Thread in 'Drifting Chat / Pictures / Videos' started by Josh25252, Jul 1, 2021.

  1. Josh25252

    Josh25252 New Member

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    So here i am i could take my daily to the track and have no extra costs but it seems like that everyone recomending not to especially if you have to go to work day after .. So upon checkin facebook marketplace i can see its very easy to buy rwd bmw for £1000 and just bash it untill it dies .. The problem what is the cheapeast way to get it to the track ? I wouldnt be able to insure it anually as at the moment paying almost 3000 per year on main policy , temporary insurances showing up like £200 per day.. Any other ways?

    I know the £200 per day insurance probably would be an option but with costs like this it would limit to 1 track day per year.
     
  2. martin rx7

    martin rx7 New Member

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    Depends on how young you are, but car transporter hire might be an option if you are old enough and would probably be cheaper than your quoted insurance.
    It is possible to take a daily to a track and not kill it, lots of people manage it. Just don't do the final session of the day. Good luck.
     

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