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HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ROUND 4 OF THE IDC TO MAKE ITS DEBUT AT ALL-NEW VENUE IN THE KINGDOM OF KERRY

The highly anticipated Round 4 of the Irish Drift Championship is all set to make its debut in the kingdom at the revamped 360 Motorsports Park, located just outside Tralee. This exciting event marks the first time the championship is being hosted in this picturesque region.

Formerly known as Kilflynn hot rod track, 360 Motorsports Park has undergone extensive renovations, transforming it into a premier destination for training days and motorsport events, catering to enthusiasts from across the region.




Following a gripping Round 3 in Cork, where County Monaghan’s very own Chris Brady clinched the victory, the championship action now shifts to Tralee. With a commanding 69-point lead, Chris, driving the Lucky Day Competitions R32 Skyline, is primed to extend his domination. However, closely on his tail is the formidable contender, Lee McFadden from Donegal, promising an exhilarating battle for the top spot.




One of the most exciting prospects in this high-octane event is 18-year-old Fionn Roche from Cork. Currently holding the third position in the rankings, Fionn is determined to seize the opportunity and secure his very first international podium finish.





Exploring the Art of Drifting For those unfamiliar with the electrifying world of drifting, it is a unique motorsport that revolves around a specific driving technique of the same name. Drifting has its roots in renowned motorsports such as rally and speedway racing, and it demands exceptional skill and control from the drivers. The art of drifting involves executing controlled oversteer, guiding the vehicle sideways through corners while maintaining high speeds, all while the driver expertly maintains full control of the car.

Event Details and Ticket Information Motorsport enthusiasts and adrenaline seekers alike are invited to witness this spectacle at 360 Motorsports Park. The event will take place on September 2-3rd, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Main event Sunday


Online Ticket Prices: Saturday: €15 Sunday: €20 Weekend Pass: €30 Under 12’s: Free

Buy online to avoid disappointment as demand has been huge and a capacity crowd is expected at this quite small venue


On the Door Ticket Prices:(Subject to availability)

Saturday €20

Sunday €25

Weekend Pass €40

Under 12’s FREE

For more information and to stay up-to-date with the latest news about the Irish Drift Championship Facebook page. Join us for a weekend of heart-pounding action, as skilled drivers showcase their drifting prowess and compete for the ultimate glory on the podium.


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