Dates: 28th & 29th June, 2019
Tickets: Available Online & At Gate (Click here to buy online)
Kazimierz Gorski Stadium is the current home ground of Wisła Płock, but was never originally intended as a drift circuit. With drift-specific tarmac laid around the edge of the arena, a dangerous and technical circuit was born. The confines of this stadium create an electric atmosphere unlike any other event and only the bravest drivers can succeed here.
Tickets for this event can be purchased online by clicking here and will also be available at the gate on all days of the event.
Disability & Carer Tickets (w/ Valid ID)N/AFree
|Online Price||Gate Price|
|Friday Only Tickets (1,000 Tickets Only)||N/A||15zł|
|Saturday Concession Tickets (w/ Valid Student ID)||45zł||45zł|
|Saturday Regular Admission Tickets||60zł||60zł|
|Saturday Main Grandstand Tickets||99zł (Online Discount)||120zł|
|Kids Tickets (Under 7)||N/A||Free|
Kids 7 and under go free to the event and do no require tickets.
Disabled & Carer Tickets:
Any disabled person wishing to attend the event can come for free, and can also bring one carer free of charge.
|FRIDAY, 28TH JUNE 2019|
|10.00||Spectator Gates Open|
|10.00 – 12.30||Drift Practice|
|12.30 – 13.00||Lunch Break|
|13.00 – 15.00||Drift Practice|
|15.00 – 15.45||Lunch Break|
|15.45 – 16.00||Qualifying Pre-Show (LIVE)|
|16.00 – 19.30||Qualifying (LIVE)|
|SATURDAY, 29TH JUNE 2019|
|12.00||Spectator Gates Open|
|12.30 – 14.30||Drift Practice|
|14.30 – 16.00||Lunch Break|
|16.00 – 18.00||Drift Practice|
|18.00 – 18.40||Break|
|18.40 – 19.00||Top 32 Pre-Show (LIVE)|
|19.00 – 21.00||Top 32 Battles (LIVE)|
|21.00 – 21.15||Break|
|21.15 – 21.30||Top 16 Pre-Show & Parade (LIVE)|
|21.30 – 23.30||Top 16 Battles (LIVE)|
|23.30 – 0.00||Podium Ceremony & Event Finish (LIVE)|
Please Note: All schedules are subject to change without notice.
Parking is available near the venue for this event and is free of charge.
Dogs are not allowed on site for this event.
Can’t make it to the event? Tune in live at the links below:
Płock – a city in a sporty style Płock with its unique location on the high embankment of the Vistula river is not only a series of beautiful landscapes and a breath of great history, hidden in the buildings of Tumskie Hill, but above all there are fantastic conditions for active sports and recreation. Vistula is truly a wild river here, the last one in Europe, with its over 1.5 km width resembles widely spilled Mazurian lakes. The river’s 633rd kilometer is a great starting point for all sailing enthusiasts. At the foot of the escarpment there is Sobótka Lake, a natural water reservoir, tempting with its sandy beach and clear water, an ideal place for beach volleyball lovers, kayaking or swimming.
Sports infrastructure includes Orlen Arena sports hall with an auditorium of 5500 people, three stadiums, three swimming pools, a climbing wall, tennis courts (open and covered ones), a yacht marina, an aeroclub airport and a seasonal ice rink. Płock citizens enjoy many local school sports grounds (called “orlik”), outdoor gyms, cycling routes, growing from year to year. The pride of the city is the Orlen Wisła Płock handball team, a multiple champions of Poland, as well as football players, who became Ekstraklasa team again in 2016. The city also has its Olympic athletes and medalists of the World and European Championships in other disciplines, such as martial arts, rowing, paragliding and tennis for disabled people. The city also focuses on the development of physical activity of children and youth. The youngest residents can enjoy a wide range of sports activities, attend the Płock Football Academy, Płock Handball Academy and take part in numerous organized street runs.
A rich calendar of events is a significant proof that sport and recreation of residents lies at the heart of the city itself. Fans of beach handball can watch the struggles of European Beach Handball competitors in the Płock Old Town, experienced athletes will try their hand at the PTT Delta Triathlon, Lotto Poland Bike Marathon or during the Half-marathon of the Two Bridges . The Drift Masters GP – a car drifting competition on specially prepared track at the Kazimierz Górski football stadium – seems to be a real treat for all fans of motosports.