Exciting Drift Festival - Triple Drift Showdown - April 14 & 15, 2018

エキサイティングドリフトフェスティバル - トリプルドリフトショーダウ
ン – 開催日要決定

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Super D Matsuri - presented by Koyorad - will return to Grangé Motor Circuit on April 14th & 15th. Special guests Naoki Nakamura and Miki Takagi from team Pink Style return, and newcomer Mitsuyoshi Nishio will join them in a showcase of true explosive driving!! An array of America’s best amateur and professional drivers will join their ranks to present a drifting performance unlike any other in the U.S. This two-day festival is highlighted by a Triple Drift competition on Saturday leading into an all night open track session. Let's go to the circuit!


Event schedule and spectator information coming soon! 

Spectator Information

Please read if you will be attending Super D Matsuri!

Gate Opening Time:
The gates will open for spectators at 10am, Saturday the 14th. No access will be given to spectators before this time.

Gate Closing Time:
The gates will close Saturday evening at 9pm and will remain closed for re-entry until 7am Sunday morning.

Ticket Price:
The weekend pass is $25 per spectator and can be purchased at the gate. This pass is valid from when the gates open Saturday at 10am through to Sunday evening until 5pm. We are running all through Saturday night!

Considering the access road to Grange Motor Circuit is rough and parking spaces are limited, we encourage carpooling wherever possible.

Event Etiquette:
We are lucky to have Grange as a venue for Super D and we want to keep it that way.
When at the track please abide to the designated spectator safety areas. Spectators are not allowed to enter the race track at any time, only official media personnel will be allowed on track. Please act responsibly and be respectful at all times. This includes disposing of any and all trash in the garbage cans supplied. When in the pit area, please be aware of your surroundings. Look out for moving vehicles from all directions. Please be aware of cars moving in and out of the pits and allow them to pass. Anyone not acting in a responsible manner runs the risk of being asked to leave the event without a refund.