The start of spring not only brings us out of the cold, dark, long nights of winter, but it also beckons out scores of British Drift Championship competitors from their winter hibernation. The off season is a long-arduous slog for many, as no matter how much time you think you have, it’s never quite long enough. What starts out as well made plans with lofty ambitions of a fresh build, finished to perfection, sometimes turns out as having to admit defeat and/or make one last return visit to last year’s chassis. This was a common theme for the opening round of the 2015 British Drift Championship, as there were notable new builds absent, with a few familiar faces either not in the roster, or rocking up in a not-too-dissimilar looking version of last year’s ‘outgoing’ car.
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