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    Drifting

    Northwest Region

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    Drifting

    Northwest Region

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Welcome To The Home Of Northwest Region Scca Drifting.

Japan was the birthplace of drifting. It was most popular in the All Japan Touring Car Championship races. The famous motorcyclist turned driver, Kunimitsu Takahashi, was the foremost creator of drifting techniques in the 1970s. This earned him several championships and a legion of fans who enjoyed the spectacle of smoking tires. The bias ply racing tires of the 1960s–1980s lent themselves to driving styles with a high slip angle. As professional racers in Japan drove this way, so did the street racers.

Here are a few things you need to know about SCCA Drift events before you come. 
  • RulesThe SCCA Drift Rules and the NWR Regional supplemental rules tell you everything you need to know about what is required of you and your car to participate in this event. It is the driver's responsibility to know and follow these rules. The purpose of these rules is to ensure that the event runs safely and smoothly. If they are not followed it could lead to an incident at the event that could potentially ruin the chances of having future events so your cooperation is required and appreciated.
  • Everyone worksThe SCCA is a non-profit volunteer organization. This means we rely on volunteers to plan and staff the events and allows us to have events by drivers for drivers and keeps event fees low. That is why the rule is that every driver must complete their assigned work assignment. If you do not complete your assignment you will not be allowed back to future events. Don't worry, helping out is fun and to our best to put you into your preferred work position.
  • Drive nice on the way to and from the event. When driving to and from the event it is absolutely imperative that you obey all speed limits and traffic laws in the Bremerton area. The speed limit on Clifton Road from the mini-mart to the raceway is 30 miles per hour and is strictly enforced! Any excessive speeding could result in the loss of use of the site so drive slowly! We must positively represent the sport to everyone in order to ensure a successful future.
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NWR SCCA Drift Events

are 100% online pre-registration and pre-pay. We do not have on site registration and do not accept on site payment.
The registration volunteers
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Online registration instructions

All registration is through MotorsportsReg.com. You need to create an account to register for our events.

Create a MotorsportsReg.com Account
Add NWR SCCA Drift to your profile
All registration is through MotorsportsReg.com. You need to create an account to register for our events.To get automatic notifications of new events you can add the NWR SCCA Drift club to your profile. This is not required to register for events but it helps keep you in the loop.
  • Log in at https://www.motorsportreg.com/em360/index.cfm/event/login.form
  • Click the "My Account" tab in the upper right hand corner.
  • Click the "Edit My Information" button
  • Under "Club Memberships" click the "Edit Clubs" button
  • In the upper right hand click the "Add clubs to account" link
  • Search for "SCCA - Northwest Region - Drift" and click the "Add" link
  • If you are a full annual SCCA member enter your member information here. If not leave it blank.Note: You must enter your member info exactly as it appears on your membership card for the system to match it properly and give your discount when registering for events.
  • Click the "Save Memberships" button.
  • Click on the "Edit My Information" button and verify that "SCCA - Northwest Region - Drift" appears under your "Club Memberships" list.
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Register for an event

Event registration on MotorsportsReg generally opens 30 days before the event and closes 24 hours before the event date.
To register for an event

  1. Find the registration link on either the Next Event page or on the NWR Drift Facebook page.
  2. Click the link. Sign In with your MotorsportReg.com account or create a new one.
  3. Read the event details and follow the steps to register and pay.
  4. Payment can be made by card or check. Event refund information is included in the registration process.
  5. After registering, you can update or change your registration from your account Dashboard tab.
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Registration Help

If you have questions or need help registering it is best to contact us first and not MotorsportsReg. MotorsportsReg is limited in the support they can provide and we can fix most any issues.

You may be able to find the answer to your issue in the MotorsportsReg Knowledge Base.

To contact us
Email or message us on Facebook
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Kanshebbers TT in Assen. Jim Redman (Rhodesië), M. Luigi Taveri (Zwitserland), Kunimitsi Takahashi (Japan) 27 juni 1963

Video from Jeremy John
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