Any video's of last years event?
This is the first ever D Day!
I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )
Bad thread title considering the date.in4 drift day though, hopefully no idiots at this one.
Yeah, definite strike out on the naming of the event. And it was some of the spectators that were morons at the last event, not the drivers.You should also modify the part where it implies drift cars are insured during this event. Drivers are in no way insured for any sort of damage to their vehicle at all, which is normal for all motorsports events pretty much everywhere.
from my understanding, it's for insurance purposes - but i'll delete it juuuust incase.but like i said, i didn't name the event.
Wait so if I go there to compete, my car is not insured in a hit someone or something.If I am a spectator there and something happens to my car, I am also not insured?
It will insure drivers In a similar fashion to what you get when you play organized sports. Basic accident/health/disability etc
If the chosen name is "D Day", why does the poster say "Drift Day" ??Also, lol @ thinking "D Day" would be a good name./rant
What will access be like for those who want to photograph the event? Not in terms of admission, but in terms of physical access to the track.
won't be attending due to the name
From Wikipedia, "In the military, D-Day is the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated."So it's not a specific event in history, so don't see any issue with the name?
Can't tell if trolling or not...From Wikipedia, "In the military, D-Day is the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated."So it's not a specific event in history, so don't see any issue with the name?
Determined to end four years of often-brutal German occupation, on 6 June 1944, Allied forces invaded Western Europe along an 80-kilometre front in Normandy, France. Of the nearly 150,000 Allied troops who landed or parachuted into the invasion area, 14,000 were Canadians. They assaulted a beachfront code-named “Juno”, while Canadian paratroopers landed just east of the assault beaches. Although the Allies encountered German defences bristling with artillery, machine guns, mines, and booby-traps, the invasion was a success.
You should spend some time reading up on Canadian history.D-Day may be a generic term, but it's also a term that is associated with the Normandy Landings where thousands died on the one day. It was a turning point in World War II and a source of pride for Canadians (obviously not all, it seems)Using the term "D-Day" to nickname anything is disrespectful imo.