Regulations of the D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition.

§ 1


  1. The subject of the D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition is a two-day competition of competitors driving remote-controlled models in a 1:10 scale in a controlled slip, i.e. in the so-called drifting.
  2. The Regulations of D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations) is a document defining the rules of the competition and participation in rc drifting competitions.
  3. D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition organized by the representatives of: FCKiT Marcin Wójcik, Jodłowa 9 55-120 Wilczyn and Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie Sp. z o.o. hereinafter referred to as the Organizers.
  4. The organizers reserve the right to change the Regulations no later than 7 days before the start of the competition.
  5. By participating in the competition, the competitor accepts the content of these Regulations and waives the right to pursue any claims against the Organizers.
  6. The D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition consists of two days of competition and, if possible, one training day, which will take place in Poznań at Hobby 2023.

§ 2


The management of the individual rounds / eliminations and the final are persons indicated by the Organizers, that is:

  1. Team of Judges.
  2. Director of the competition (may be in the Judging Team)
  3. Other persons indicated by the Organizers.

§ 3


To participate in the D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition will be allowed drivers who:

  • will apply for the start via the form available on the D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 website and other media,
  • pays the entry fee to the indicated PAYPAL account no later than on the date specified in the registrar,
  • adapt his model to the technical requirements contained in these regulations.

The entry fee is set by the organizer, may change over time and is non-refundable.

The number of competitors is limited, the order of applications decides about admission.

The maximum number of competitors is 100 per.

§ 4


  1. The organizer reserves the right to shorten or cancel the event during its duration as a result of „force majeure”.

§ 5


  1. The D10 Drift Battle of Poland 2023 competition is held in the RWD class (models with only rear axle drive)
  2. The condition for the competition in a given class will be the gathering of at least 20 models on the day of the competition.
  3. If the competition is not played in accordance with the provisions of § 5 point 2, the organizers will not refund the entry fee or travel costs to the competition.

§ 6



The organizer has the right to refuse participation in the competition to a competitor whose model or equipment poses a threat to competitors, their equipment or the track, or its infrastructure.

Each chassis will be inspected prior to the competition to verify the following requirements. The competitor will have time (no later than 5 minutes before his next start) to remove any defects, failure to remove them will automatically disqualify the model.

A competitor whose model has broken down and cannot be removed may use a model that does not compete in another competitor’s competition if it is functional and meets the following requirements.

The tires will be specially marked and each time they will be assessed by the judges, whether they have been changed or mechanically processed.

Models with smoke elements or sound modules will not be admitted to the competition!



  1. Chassis of all manufacturers are approved.
  2. Modifications to the chassis are allowed (factory or hand-made).
  3. Chassis with belt and shaft drive are permitted.
  4. The chassis must be 1:10 scale (minimum dimensions 250x190mm), intended only for On Road models (buggies, trucks, mini and other models that are not on Road models are forbiden).
  5. The weight of the model with the package, electronics, wheels, body and full equipment necessary to take off must be at least 1200 gr.
  6. Battery in the model must be placed in front of the rear axle.



  1. Only electric motors are allowed.
  2. Brush and brushless motors are allowed, the permissible number of coils is 10.5 and 13.5
  3. All electrical controls that work properly are approved.
  4. Regulators with reverse gear are allowed.
  5. Models with an adjuster position behind the rear axle are allowed.
  6. Models with the engine position behind the rear axle are authorized.



  1. Batteries with 6 cells or 7.2 V (NiCd, NiMH) are allowed.
  2. 2S – Li Po; Li Po HV; Li Fe batteries are allowed.
  3. There is no limit to the package capacity.
  4. The chassis package should be placed in front of the rear axle.
  5. Models with the package behind the rear axle will not be admitted to the competition.
  6. Due to safety against fire, loading packages may only take place in „safe bags”



  1. Radio equipment in the 27MHz, 40MHz, 75MHz and 2.4 GHz bands is allowed.
  2. In the case of using the devices in the xx MHz standard, the competitor is required to have an additional set of quartz.



  1. Racing bodies are not allowed (Touring)
  2. The car body must be in the conventional 1:10 scale.
  3. The car body must be painted and finished, the realism of the representation is welcome and it must have a complete set of body parts, eg bumpers, fenders.
  4. The car body in each run must be complete, i.e. have all bumpers, fenders and spoilers (if it had spoilers at the beginning of the competition)
  5. The front wheels are not allowed to stick out any ammount and have to be inside the fenders.


  1. Competitors use only tires provided by the Organizer as part of the entry fee.
  2. The competitor is required to mount 4 identical tires on each wheel.
  3. The organizer will mark the received tires in order to limit abuse or modification of tires.
  4. It is not allowed to run the tires on asphalt, pavement or sandpaper.
  5. It is not allowed to heat the tires with any heating devices or devices before the start.
  6. It is not allowed to lubricate tires with adhesion improving fluids.
  7. It is not allowed to use modified tires, e.g. by sticking adhesive tape or different tires on the front and rear axle.
  8. Tires found to be excessively worn or run-in during the inspection must be changed at the expense of the user, otherwise the competitor loses the right to continue the competition.

§ 7



  1. Before participating in the qualification, each participant must:
    1. register at the place designated by the organizer.
    2. pick up stickers and tires and place them properly: stickers on the body in accordance with the Organizer’s guidelines and tires on rims in the model.
    3. show the model for inspection if it meets the technical requirements.
  2. If the above requirements are met, the competitor may enter the competition.
  3. The object of the competition is to complete the sequence of turns with the highest score by the panel of judges.
  4. During the qualifying competition there will be 3 sessions consisting of:
    1. Free training in groups according to the division and time communicated to competitors during breifing.
    2. A scoring run, the number of scoring runs will be determined by the judges at the briefing. scoring runs of a given competitor shall not be consecutive.
  5. Start competition, the order of runs, the line of passage and changes in the organization of the competition are determined by the official announcements and mandatory breifing.
  6. The signal to start is given by the judge or a designated person (the signal may come from an electronic device). Failure to comply with these signals may result in disqualification of the competitor.
  7. Each competitor has the right to participate in the qualification in accordance with the guidelines provided during the briefing and the Competition Regulations.
  8. The event organizer may order a greater or lesser number of journeys. The judges’ marks for the best run determine the order of places in the classification of the qualifying runs.
  9. For reasons such as the number of participants or the time frame of the event, the organizer reserves the right to modify the qualifications in order to speed up the competition. All changes will be explained during the mandatory briefing.
  10. The competitor joining the qualification and pairs riding takes responsibility for the technical preparation of the model. If the model breaks down during the ride, the competitor is disqualified.

      5 minutes for service in case of failure before the scheduled start



  1. Single runs are judged by a panel of judges.
  2. Scoring points (so-called Clipping Points and / or / and Zones) should be located at a few turns of the track. CP and Zones are decided by a panel of judges at a briefing.
  3. Points are awarded for keeping track, Clipping Points, Zones, dynamics, driving smoothness, angles and show.
  4. Important criteria on which the judges will base their assessment will be the drift line chosen by the competitor in relation to the one set at the briefing, speed of the ride and possible straightening during the drift.
  5. Points will not be awarded for straight passage through CP and Zones (not drifting).
  6. Each entry onto the „island” outside the track or hitting the board, resulting in a change of the model’s position, is associated with deduction of points by the judges.



  1. The runs of the final 32 or 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final are held in pairs.
  2. Pairs are matched as follows: 1:32, 2: 31 or 1:16, 2:15, etc.
  3. The winner of each pair proceeds to further games.
  4. Each pair of players, at each stage of the competition, make two point runs. In two (scored) runs, each driver „chases” and once „runs away”.
  5. The place in the preliminaries decides about the order in which to run. The rider with the highest position rides first. The test run takes place in the same order as the first scoring run.
  6. The chasing vehicle is positioned within the distance from the runaway, defined by the starting lines. The players start at the referee’s signal. The chasing competitor cannot pass the runner on the run-up straight, this is considered a false start and results in a score of 10: 0 in favor of the runner.
  7. If, during the pairs run, the chasing competitor’s vehicle „misses”, the runner who runs away, despite winning, is obliged to complete the run (completing the run is not scored anymore). Similarly, in the case of a fleeing vehicle, the chasing vehicle (unless the spin has blocked the possibility of further driving) must reach the finish line.
  8. After completing the run, both competitors stop the vehicles and wait for the scoring. Only after the result is announced, do the competitors change their order on the starting lines and start the next heat at the referee’s signal.
  9. Each lap is scored for an advantage (eg 9: 1; 7: 3; 6: 4) or balance (5: 5). After completing 2 laps, the competitor whose advantage in scored runs is greater passes to the next round. Balance can only occur in a maximum of two pairwise battles with reordering. If another equilibrium occurs, the players stand up to the so-called Sudden death.
  10. „Sudden death”. The first duel is started by the competitor who was higher in the qualification. Both riders make 3 continuous laps. The leader tries to drive the model flawlessly, without spins, hitting the boards and other adventures, not getting overtaken and keeping the perfect drift line. Each of his mistakes results in an automatic loss. A perfect run gives victory to the leader. The chasing car is to try to put pressure on the chased one to make a mistake by being close behind him, but avoiding contact. Clean and successful overtaking (while drifting) results in a victory for the chaser. Hitting the escaping person by the chaser results in the loss of the latter. The first player to make a mistake automatically loses.


  1. The judges during the tsuiso will pay attention to:
    1. angle.
    2. drift lines marked by stickers on the track of both models.
    3. drift continuity – no straightening (judges will pay attention to the reactions of the wheels related to the gyro operation in the case of RWD runs)
    4. smoothness, smooth running.
    5. speed.
    6. distances (from the other vehicle and obstacles)
    7. spontaneity, bravado of the ride (show)
  2. The judges judge each lap individually and the sum of their marks is the final result.
  3. Both competitors should keep the track indicated in qualification. ie by trying to „pass” all points in qualifying runs … Clipping Points, Zones and points marked on the track marking the correct line of the route.
  4. The main task of the chaser is to follow the leader, at a short distance, to follow the line of the elimination runs. He has to avoid contact with the teacher and making his mistakes.
  5. The judges individually consider each race according to the above-mentioned criteria.
  6. Overtaking during tsuiso is allowed, but only during drifting, possibly if the refugee „misses”, hits the board or goes out of the way.
  7. Contact between the vehicles and track elements is allowed as long as the impact does not cause the line to change.
  8. The evaluation criteria may differ slightly depending on the event and judges. One judge will require the competitors to have a long angle and another to be more speedy. The referees will arrange a mandatory match of the players before the BATTLE IN PAIRS to determine what they expect from them.
  9. The evaluation criteria may differ slightly depending on the event and judges. One judge will require the competitors to have a long angle, and another to be more speedy. The referees will arrange a compulsory match of the players before the BATTLE IN PAIRS to determine what they expect from them.


After the results of the preliminary runs are announced, each competitor has the right to submit any number of protests regarding the violation of these regulations

  • one protest may only concern one competitor / car.
  • The competitors have 2 minutes to submit protests from the moment given by the panel of judges (after the announcement of the results)
  • protests are dealt with on an ongoing basis in the order in which they are received.
  • protests are examined by a panel of judges, the decision of which cannot be appealed.
  • submitting protests is payable, and the fee is refundable only if the protest turns out to be grounded and is resolved positively for the applicant. The fee is twice the entry fee for each protest.


  1. From each participant we expect cultural behavior and showing support to other competitors, we count on mutual help so that everyone can participate in our competitions with joy.
  2. During each day, we are expected not to swear, steal, use any drugs or alcohol, and break anything. Everyone is also expected to look after their belongings and safety. Everyone is responsible for themselves, their belongings and safety!
  3. The organizer is not responsible for items left unattended or lost, damaged or seized by third parties. The organizer and the competition management do not assume responsibility for damages and losses caused by participants (spectators, competitors) in relation to third parties and their property during the competition. The organizer has the right to demand compensation for the damage from the person who caused it.
  4. The Organizer reserves the right to interpret these Regulations.
  5. The organizer reserves the right to conduct demonstration runs that will not be included in the competition classification.
  6. A person entering the competition registrar (competitor) confirms that he has read the above regulations and accepts them, and agrees to the publication of his personal data, such as: Name, Surname.
  7. The competitor declares that he agrees to the placing of photos and film materials containing his image recorded during the competition and events related to participation in them. In addition, the competitor agrees to post and publish his image on internet profiles promoting the D10 Drift Battle of Poland competition, Facebook profile, Google documents, YouTube and others, and in the media for the purpose of information and promotion of the competition.
  8. During the competition, it is forbidden to enter the track and places indicated by the organizers.
  9. During the competition, flying objects (drone) and other mobile and static devices required by the organizers to conduct the competition will be used.

Legal basis:

The Act of August 29, 1997 on the protection of personal data.

Act on Copyright and Related Rights – Articles 81 and 83

REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS AND ADMINISTRATION of April 29, 2004 Dz. Of Laws of 2004, No. 100, item 1024 on personal data processing documentation and technical and organizational conditions to be met by devices and IT systems used to process personal data

Civil Code – Art. 23 and 24
Act of February 19, 2004 on the educational information system (Journal of Laws No. 49, item 463).