Much like a heart attack, drift attack grips the being of Victorian Drifters and squeezes until all circulation is cut off. Round 2 of Vic Drifts Drift Attack was held at Calder Park, a course that has been off limits for years due to politics with the owners of the track. Drifting used to be a monthly occurrence here, but was closed down due to a decision by management.
Melbourne is supposedly in the top ten most liveable cities in the world, it’s well-known for its green gardens, its fantastic layout and mass amounts of different cultures. One thing it’s also known for is the weather. You can see all four seasons in the same day, at times within an hour.
The skies can clear up, the sun will shine and you can walk around in a t-shirt with no problems.
Drift Attack is slowly becoming one of the more notable drift events in the Australian scene. Having been run in previous years, this year Victorian Drift Club is holding two this year. Competitors come from across Australia to compete, show off their skills and do what they love.
The atmosphere is much different to that of the open practice days. The tension in the air can be cut with a knife once the qualifying rounds begin.