Drift Motorsport was started in 2007 by Drew and Jodie.
The days were created to encourage more people to the sport of drifting through providing affordable fun events. Years later and our values havent changed.
Drift Motorsport caters for experianced drivers right through to the absolute begineers.
It has long been the anchor point for grass roots drifting and the route many of New Zealand’s top drifting sportsmen took to earn the status they have today. Drivers such as Cole Armstrong, Nico Reid & Hugo McLean all attended our days on a regular basis, with Mac Kwok picking up his Milwaukee sponsorship as a direct result from DMNZ’s D-Comp 2010 event. We have photographers which attend every event and occasionally have event write ups in the Performance Car magazine.
With its main focus from its inception in 2007, being about ‘the driver’, DMNZ has stayed true to its roots and provides drivers with maximum track time and the highest quality drift training days in New Zealand.Drift days are currently held throughout the north island on a monthly basis, where newcomers, photographers and spectators are welcomed.
The DMNZ team developed D-School in 2011 as a way to further bridge the gap between dreams and driving. D-School offers one on one training, comprising of both theory and practical lessons, where you can bring your own car, or make use of the DMNZ dedicated D-School whip.
The team at DMNZ have over 25 years combined of motorsport and drift experience, this enables DMNZ to offer you a safe environment, expert advice, support, friendships and New Zealand’s number 1 drift training days.
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“New Zealand’s Drift scene wouldn’t have got to the world-leading state it currently is in without the hands-on input of Drew and Jodie. Through their drift track day business Drift Motorsport they have seeded and nurtured the sport, providing newbies and experienced drivers alike an opportunity to learn and/or hone their skills in a safe, controlled environment.”
Motorsport Journalist (and keen amateur Drifter)