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VicDrift Championship

 
Competition format

Competition format will be single elimination with qualifying.

Tyre Rule

Front -

Treadwear rating of 140 and above, no wider than 265

 

Rear -

240 Treadwear and above(123/123S, ATR Sport 2, Tri-Ace Racing King and Goodride/Westlake Sport RS NOT ALLOWED for rears)

 

Vehicles with a common manual variant weight under 1100kg and under are limited to a maximum tyre width of 195mm.

 

Vehicles with a common manual variant weight between 1100kg and 1350kg are limited to a maximum tyre width of 235mm.

 

Vehicles with a common manual variant weight between 1350kg and 1600kg are limited to a maximum tyre width of 245mm.

 

Vehicles with a common manual variant weight over 1600kg are limited to a maximum tyre width of 265mm.

 

Refer to the table below as an indication of chassis weight relative to tyre size. If an entrants are not sure which weight break their car belongs under, please contact us at info@vicdrift.com

 

Model Weight to Maximum tyre width example guide.

<1100kg 195mm

Nissan S12 Gazelle

Toyota KE70/AE71/AE86

Toyota RT/ST142

 

>1100-1350kg 235mm

Mazda RX7 FC/FD

Nissan A31/C33/R31/R32 models

Nissan S13-S15 Silvia

Toyota MA61 Supra

 

>1350-1600kg 245mm

Ford EA-AU Falcon

Holden VS-VY Commodore

Nissan R33/R34/C34/C35 models

Toyota MA70/JZA80 Supra

Toyota JZX81/JZX90/JZX100/JZX110

 

>1600kg 265mm

Ford BA-FG Falcon

Holden VZ-VE Commodore

 

Vehicle Lighting  specifications and regulations - for all night rounds.


Any aftermarket square/rectangular lights are limited to a maximum 170mm in length.
Any round aftermarket lights must be a maximum 150mm in diameter. A maximum of 4 items are allowed per car.
Any aftermarket lighting must have a similar light output to factory high beams (within reason and up to our discretion)
Any aftermarket lighting must fit within the factory headlight aperture.
All aftermarket lighting must have a vertical(up and down) adjust-ability, and be able to be adjusted upon request of VicDrift officials. We expect your lights to be adjusted appropriately and to not blind or dazzle other drivers.
You must have both working headlights and tail lights at the start of the day to be able to drive in low light conditions. If one of the head of tail lights were to be damaged after the day has started and not able to be fixed or replaced, the driver is okay to continue driving during the "night" session/times.
If during a battle, both headlights become inoperable, the Clerk of Course may allow the battle to continue. We will not allow a car with no lights to drive during a practice or expression session. This goes with any other sessions with more than 1 other car.

The Clerk of Course has final say in relation to all rulings. He or she may determine if a car is okay to continue driving or not.

There are to be no RED coloured lights facing forwards. The only exception to that is a front brake light along the top of the windscreen. Red lights are reserved for brake lights only.

Scrutineering Guidelines can be found here.

 

Cage Requirements can be found here.