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Bikernieki Track
In 1962, the track designers began their work. In order to make an exciting and quality race track, the initiators of this idea visited other car and motorcycle tracks in the Soviet Union. After those visits, it was decided that the circuit in Riga would be with corners of varying radiuses, without long straights and with some elevation changes.
Building of the track was done in two parts. In 1966, the motorcycle track and karting track were finished. A year later, local enthusiasts also got access to the finished car track. For 1974, a new motobol stadium was opened, while a speedway track around it was made available in 1978.
Since 2011, the Bikernieki track is owned by CSDD (Road Traffic Safety Directorate) and there have been multiple positive changes to it in the last five years.

Bikernieki track is not only the epicentre of motorsports in Riga, but is also a place where runners, rollerbladers or cyclists can practice every day. The track is also used for walks by mothers with young children. In winter, the Bikernieki track becomes a country skiing complex.
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Launched in 2017, the FIA Intercontinental Drifting Cup is the first-ever drifting competition sanctioned by the governing body of world motor sport, the FIA.

The primary three editions were held in the spiritual home of the sport – Japan, but for 2021, following a year-long hiatus, the world’s premier drifting competition moves to Europe, held under the stewardship of a new promoter, Russian Drift Series LLC.

Following an official tender process throughout 2020, the FIA appointed Russian Drift Series LLC as the new promoter of the FIA IDC for an initial three-year term covering the 2021 to 2023 seasons. After a recommendation by the FIA Drifting Commission, the appointment was approved at last December’s meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council.
In recent years, Russian Drift Series Grand Prix has established itself as one of the discipline’s premier competitions, hosting events across the country, from Sochi Autodrom to Moscow Raceway and Vladivostok’s Primring, and attracting international entries on a regular basis. The series also achieved higher spectator numbers than any other domestic motor sport competition in the country.

Riga becomes the first European destination for the FIA IDC, with the event taking place at the Bikernieki Sport Complex, a venue that has become a traditional summer pilgrimage for European drift fans over the years, with the annual Drift Masters round attracting capacity crowds and some of the biggest names in the sport. The circuit is also accustomed to hosting top-level FIA-sanctioned motor sport competitions, having been the home to the Latvian round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship for a number of years.

PREVIOUS RESULTS

2019 FIA IDC (Tsukuba) Top 3
1. Georgy Chivchyan (RUS) Russian Drift Series Team
2. Hideyuki Fujino (JPN) Team TOYO TIRES DRIFT
3. Andrew Gray (GBR) Team Kazama with Powervehicle & Valino

The full Qualifying results

The full Final results

2018 FIA IDC (Tokyo) Top 3
1. Georgy Chivchyan (RUS) Russian Drift Series Team
2. Yves Meyer (SUI) Eventseelisberg
3. S. Chanatpon Kerdpiam (THA) Achilles Radial

The full Qualifying results

The full Battle Run Final results

2017 FIA IDC (Tokyo) Top 3
1. Masato Kawabata (JPN) Toyo Tires Glion Trust Racing
2. Arkadiy Tsaregradtsev (RUS) Primring Team with Toyo Tires
3. Daigo Saito (JPN) Wanli Fat Five Racing

The full Solo Run points ranking

The full Final points ranking
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In this section you will find all necessary information you need to know to compete in the FIA IDC.