Monday, February 12, 2018

Drift On Ice: Chemnitz / Dresden

The final of the 6th PRO-TEC Cup is imminent. There are only a few days left until the weekend of February 24 / 25, 2018, the last two races of this year's season of Drift On Ice take place. Then it will be clear who gets the title in the legendary ice series this year. The venues for the final race 2018 are the Eissportzentrum Chemnitz (Saturday, 02/24/2018) and the EnergieVerbund Arena in Dresden (Sunday, 02/25/2018). The audience can look forward to breathtaking drifts, lightning-fast launches and captivating overtaking maneuvers on both days. Of course, with the 50cc kids and the quads, there will also be an extensive side program.

Fight for the title: Everything's open

Ronny Weis, Richard Geyer, Sergej Malyschew or maybe Jacob Bukhave or Zdenek Holub? When asked who will be the overall winner in the current season, there is currently no clear answer. Most points currently have Ronny Weis and Richard Geyer. With three points less Sergej Malyschew, however, is very close. Jacob Bukhave and Zdenek Holub also have a small chance of winning the title if they can reach the podium in the final races. The tension is huge, who will prevail in Chemnitz and Dresden in the end.

Exciting side program: Action on two and four wheels

It is an integral part of every event of Drift On Ice: the extensive side program. In Chemnitz and Dresden, this time again the 50ccm kids are there, which will give an answer to the question: Can Frieda Thomas also convince in the final race again? The audience may be curious! The second highlight of the side program are the quads. In Freital and Jonsdorf, these infernal machines have already proven what they are made of so that once again a spectacle can be expected.

Team PRO-TEC: The victory in mind

Can Ronny Weis defend his title from last season or does Richard Geyer win the overall victory? In any case, the final weekend will provide an answer to this question. However, one thing is already clear: Thanks to PRO-TEC, both drivers can fully rely on the technology.

The bluechemGROUP wishes all participants in Chemnitz and Dresden maximum success!