Nürburgring Drift Cup Round 2

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Nürburgring Drift Cup

Drift info

Event Info

The Nürburgring Drift Cup by Skylimit Events is one of the major competitions in Europe. We have names like James Deane, Remmo Niezen, Sebastian Fontijn, Kevin Corsius, Bas Mul and Uwe Sener as champions in the PRO class. For 2021 we have scheduled 2 events after a hard 2020 without drifting at this legendary track. 

Our events will be ran over 2 days. Teams can arrive on Friday afternoon for installation and technical checking. On the Saturday we start with 3 practice sessions for the PRO and the CLUB Class. Afternoon we will have both qualifications. On Sunday we do some training and then the very spectacular battles for the CLUB Class and the PRO Class.

Track Layout: Schumacher S and little Monaco in normal direction.


Entry fee for CLUB or PRO class: 300€


Timing Friday
14:00-20:00 Administration & Technical control


Timing Saturday
7:30 Briefing
8:00-8:45 Practice CLUB
8:50-9:35 Practice PRO
9:40-10:25 Practice CLUB
10:30-11:15 Practice PRO
11:20-12:05 Practice CLUB
12:10-12:55 Practice PRO
13:00-14:00 BREAK
14:00-16:00 Qualifying CLUB
16:00-18:00 Qualifying PRO


Timing Sunday
8:00-9:00 Warm Up CLUB
9:00-10:00 Warm Up PRO
10:15-12:30 Top 32 CLUB
13:30-16:00 Top 32 PRO
16:00-18:00 Free Drifting for all

You can find the technical regulations under this link:

Track Info
addressNürburgring 1927 GmbH & Co. KG Otto-Flimm-Straße 53520 Nürburgring / Eifel
length0 m
noise limit130 db
About the track

Technical Rules

You can find the technical rules under this link:

Sporting Rules

Championship Points: 

    Pl         Q        Top 32

    1            25            50

    2            20            42

    3            18            35

    4            16            30

    5            14            29

    6            12            28

    7            10            27

    8            9             26

     9            8            25

    10            7           24

    11            6            23

    12            5            22

    13            4            21

    14            3            20

    15            2            19

    16            1            18

    17                           19

    …                            …

    33                             1

Difference PRO Class - CLUB Class :

  • Drivers can decide themselves in what class to start but:
    1. In CLUB Class no semi slicks allowed on rear axle (treadwear must be +250)
    2. In PRO Class you need a car with at least 400 BHP or be light enough to have the same acceleration.
  • Practice is in 2 groups. Pro and Club class. 
  • Service trucks are parked at the track. Tire changing, fueling happens on track. Only mechanics, spotters are allowed inside the track. They get a wristband. Without wristband there is no access to the infield. No kids, dogs allowed at the infield. Mechanics must sit in a truck, van, car when they enter the track. It is notallowed to sit ON a truck or trailer. 
  • Passengers must wear helmets and a race suit (only during Friday practice and Sunday test day). No passenger rides on Saturday.

Judging rules


  • There will be 3 judges who each give a score. 
  • Judge of “line” gives max 35 points (25 for line, 10 for overall impact)
  • Judge of “angle” gives max 35 points (25 for angle, 10 for overall impact)
  • Judge of “style” gives max 30 points
  • Every driver gets 3 runs. Highest score will count. In case two drivers are equally placed, the second highest score will count. If the score is still the same the third score will count. If the 3 runs were similar the driver with least experience at NDC will scored highest.
  • In PRO class, straightening = zero
  • In CLUB class, 1 straightening is allowed, but scores will drop with 50%
  • We might have a different lay out or clipping points for the CLUB Class.
  • A dirt drop with 1 wheel = zero points
  • Late initiation is point deduction
  • All drivers first do their first run, then all do their second run, finally all do their third run. All cars are lined up from low number to high number or from high to low number, as told in the briefing. If a driver is too late we will still try to let him do his 3 runs. If he only arrives after all drivers did their first run, he is only allowed todo 2 runs. If he only arrives after all drivers did their second run, he is only allowed to do 1 run. 


  • In the top 32 battles the driver with the highest qualifying position is leading the first run. The driver with the lowest qualifying position is chasing the first run.
  • In the second run it is the lowest qualifier who leads.
  • After the first run, the judges can announce their score : Small advantage for…, Big advantage for…, zero for …, zero for both,…
  • After the second run the judges will announce a winner. If the drivers are equally placed, we will have “one more run”. The driver with the highest qualifying position can decide if he will be the leader or the chaser. If after that run there is still no decision, the lowest qualifier can chose to lead or chase. After this run the judges must finally decide.
  • We want the lead car to drive the qualifying lines.
  • We want the chaser to copy the lines of the leader.
  • In the starting zone, nobody is allowed to play games. If a driver is not showing fairplay, he can be disqualified.
  • Each driver has 1 time the possibility to ask for a “5 minute break” during the battles for technical problems. If a driver asks for a cool down lap because his car is overheating, it will be counted as his only “5 minute break”.
  • A car must be ready to do 2 runs. So after the first run, cars can not stop at their service truck, even for tire pressure adjustment. If they stop, it will be counted as their only “5 minute break”.
  • Only after a contact (with the other car, barrier) or after driving through the gravel, a car is allowed to do a safety check up, even after the first run.

Podium ceremonies

There will be a trophy for:

  • PRO Class winner
  • P2
  • P3
  • Top qualifier
  • Most exciting driver
  • Best team
  • Best chase run
  • CLUB class winner
  • P2
  • P3
  • Queen of the ring
  • Top qualifier
  • Best rookie
  • Most exciting driver
  • Best team


  • All cars must have window sticker and numbers with background on the car during the whole event.
  • At the scrutineering cars get a sticker from the inspector. Without that sticker the car is not allowed on the track.

Paddock allocations

  • This is based on a first come, first served base. If you want to have a bigger zone with a few teams, make sure someone of your team is at the paddock the moment the gate opens. 

Nürburgring Drift Cup

Organiser: Skylimit Events BV

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