- 1st place: Steve Moore
- 2nd place: Matt Carter
- 3rd place: Paul "Smokey" Smith
Unfortunately, Mark Luney lost the twin battle against Simon Perry due to making a mistake on the exit of the final corner only yards from the finish line - the two rear wheels of his car left the track and the judges state that if two or more wheels leave the track then it is handled as a 10-0 to the other driver, Simon Perry in this particular case. For those interested, the SATS/Cosworth Toyota Supra he is driving this season is now producing 828bhp!!!
Also, Shane Lynch of Team Japspeed suffered mechanical failure to his 500+bhp 600+lbsft VH45DETT V8 powered Nissan S15 (apparently one or more of the bolts that fixes the cam wheel to the cam shaft had sheared) moments before the second run of a twin battle.
And Team Driftworks were not there, otherwise the podium may have looked a little different.
Still, it was a good day all-round and I am looking forward to Round 4 at Knockhill.
Official BDC Report
I am currently editing the final few of the BDC Round 5 2010 photos and submitting the first of them in my gallery, then the Drift Allstars 2011 Round 2 photos, after that the Scottish Motorshow photos, and finally, the BDC Round 3 photos - by which time, I will probably have photos from the following two events (see below). So I apologise for the delay and ask you to please be patient.
Here's a list of racing events I will be attending this year:
10th April: Drift Allstars (formerly JDM Allstars) Round 1, Teesside Autodrome<- (have not been to as it clashed with family gathering) 15th May: Drift Allstars Round 2, Nissan, Sunderland 21st May: Scottish Motorshow, Knockhill 3rd July: British Drift Championship Round 3, Teesside Autodrome
- 31st July: Scottish Speedfair & Classic Festival, Knockhill <- NEW ENTRY
- 21st August: BDC Round 4, Knockhill
- 15th September: BDC Round 6, Nissan, Sunderland