In the city of Tallinn, not far from the docks in the concert hall’s parking lot - the second stage of Baltic Pro drift happened.
For quite a few years I’ve been supporting guys in Lithuania’s drift world, but it never got me to see the Baltic championship stages in Estonia. And finally the day came.
It was my first actual time in the city and first time for Lithuanian drivers at this type of track. Simple and easy layout - “Yin&Yang”, second gear skids - nothing more.
Five drivers from Lithuania came and it’s a really long way from home - over a 800km.
The track was tight, but drivers from Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia felt comfy.
Only one tiny problem with such a small track, walls and barriers are close and mistakes are not forgiven. And there were many, drivers crashed, heavily, some completely destroyed the car - the Finnish guy, Tommy - will be spending a lot of time in the shop, some burned, some ripped the bumpers off. Many good ones couldn’t keep up with such an easy, but tight track.
Eventualy the podium was shared between Latvians and Estonian. Janis Eglite took the first place while Kevin Pesur, was left with the second. Ingus Jekabsons claimed the third place on the podium.