Skylimit Drift Day own car
The Skylimit Drift School contains an excellent lesson plan, challenging tracks, and lots of track time. We organize these activities at the Zolder facility on a wet paddock. The goal is to have beginner and experienced drivers drift in a reliable and predictable setting, supervised by experienced instructors.
Almost all the top Dutch and Belgian drifters started their drifting careers at Skylimit Drift School!
Please note! The Briefing at 8:30am is mandatory fot participants who have not yet drifted with us!
|8am||Administration office open|
|9am||180° turn + roundabout|
|11am||Track in the shape of a little M|
|1pm||Track in the shape of a large M|
|2pm||Drift track with 5 turns|
Drift school with your own car: €190 per person. One extra pilot per car pays an additional €20.
You can also enter this drift school with a rented car.
|noise limit||95 db|
About the track
Paddock 0 (zero) has become a well-known concept in Belgian drifting. This terrain, situated on the Zolder track site has been the ultimate location for drifting lessons since 2003. This area of asphalt is primarily used for going sideways, rather than in a straight line. Apart from our fixed layout for our drift school, we adjust the drift track for every Drift Cup. At first sight, the track seems to be flat but small differences in the surface result in a tricky higher level of difficulty for the drifters. We try to reduce tire wear by keeping the paddock wet at all times during drifting.
Drifters such as Kevin Corsius, Remmo Niezen, Joost Van der Ende, Randy Congedo, Rick Van Goethem, Kurt Van Doorslaer and Danique Aelaerts all drifted their way through the Drift Cups on this terrain. Our drift school attracted many drifters, not only from Belgium and the Netherlands, but also novice drifters from Germany, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Greece and even Latvia.
- Helmet is always obligatory when on track.
- The free driving sessions are only open for drivers WITH experience. It is not allowed to rent your car to people without experience without an instructor.
- Yellow flag = DANGER! No passing, slow down and have respect for the officials and the other drivers on track.
Red flag = SESSION STOPPED! No passing, slow down and enter the pitlane.
- Each car needs to have light (in front and rear)! When the weather is bad, it can be obligatory to turn on the lights. If no lights available, you might not be allowed on track.
- TOW HOOK obligatory: If your car has no tow hook, it might not be allowed on track.
- PASSING: the slow car stays on the ideal racing line, the faster car passes next to the racing line. Passing can happen on left or right side.
- NOISE LIMIT ZOLDER: maximum 98 decibel. Your noise is measured 2 times per lap. If you break the limit you will get a black flag, you sign the paper and try to repair. After the second black flag for going over the noise limit the car may no longer drive that day!
- Windows have to be 75% closed when on track. Convertible cars need to have a roll bar.
- SUVs and EVs are not allowed during trackdays (except on special EV driving days).
- Zolder: Trucks, busses with trailer can only enter the pitlane before 9 AM, between 12:00 and 13:00 and after 18:00.
- In Francorchamps the noise limit is 103 decibel.
- All damages after touching the guardrails, tirewalls, etc. will be billed to the driver.
- Trackdays are no competitions! They are only there to improve your drivers skills and to learn the track. There is no laptiming and we don't use these days to reach the maximum speed of the car.
- If you cannot attend a pre-booked trackday, you can have the full amount of your registration transferred to the next event. If you want a refund, 20% will be deducted for administrative costs.
- Minimum age as a passenger or as a driver is 18 years. In Zolder passengers are allowed from 16 years old. If a driver has a license, he or she is also allowed to drive from 16 years of age.