Want to join the competition? New or returning driver? We've put together a hub with everything you need to get started in the world of drifting - from entry forms, club & grassroots information through to the nitty gritty of building your track car to meet all the required rules and regulations. Need more help? Flick us an email via the Contact page in the main menu.
Drift Club Of New Zealand:
As part of joining Motorsport New Zealand and gaining a Race Licence you need to belong to an affiliated club, you can join the Drift Club of NZ - the first and longest standing club for Drifting in New Zealand by filling in the following form
List of other NZ Drift Clubs:
DriftSouth Series (South Island)
Canterbury Car Club
Team DMNZ (Track Days & Drift Schools)
zeroclass Drift Days
Manawatu Car Club - Manfeild Raceway
Taranaki Car Club
Click Here for full list of MSNZ Affliated Car Clubs (PDF)
Motorsport New Zealand (MSNZ) is the FIA appointed Governing Body of Motorsport in New Zealand. Both our Pro Championship & Pro-SPORT classes follow the rules and regulations set out by MSNZ, from your M Grade Licence through to your competition vehicle meeting the requirements set out in Schedule DR & Schedule A.
To learn more about MSNZ visit http://www.motorsport.org.nz/
In order to compete at D1NZ Competition Events you will need to ensure your Licence & MSNZ Logbook is up to date. Pro Drift events are classified as CLUBSPORT ADVANCED - drivers require full membership of a Motorsport NZ affiliated car club and obtain an M GRADE LICENCE.
Visit MSNZ's Website to learn more about sitting your race licence:
Vehicle & Competition Requirements:
In order to compete at D1NZ Events you need to read up and follow the guidelines, rules, regulations and specifications outlined in the following documents. Competition Vehicles must comply with SCHEDULE A and SCHEDULE DR and have a full Homologated Roll Cage and Log Book; subject to audit as per the regulations.
Drivers are required to wear critical safety equipment such as double layer overalls, or single layer with approved fireproof full-body undergarments, and an approved helmet. While optional, it is highly recommended to wear fire-proof gloves, neck braces or restraints such as a HANS Device.
D1NZ Supplimentary Regulations - 2018 Live on December 8th
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