And that's all I have for now.
I will always have a lot be for traditional motorsports, it requires lighting fast reactions and nerves of steel. But the art of drifting is something that takes driving to a whole other level, it's not the fastest sport, but it certainly feels like the most technical. It will always remain my most favourite... Just need that MX5 now lol.
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0 737 minutes ago
Before and after a much needed Galactic ✨ makeover on a bagged s10 👽
The driver of this car is 16.. and is already at competition standard he tandems within a hairs length of the car in front. To the point the driver can tap his bonnet upfront. Legend.
1 84 hours ago
The Skyline.... Putting the Silvia through its paces, this seemed to be the car that at least two drivers (one rwd, the other fwd) managed to navigate the track with with minimum errors. It certainly had the power to put down, it was almost too easy to overshoot the corners in this bad boy.
It's a real shame I didn't get to try this one out. It would have been so cool..
1 79 hours ago
The Lexus IS200 was the car pretty much everyone struggled with, it seemed to struggle to put the power down on the test circuit, you'd really have to launch it to get it drifting. Even the professional drivers approach didn't seem totally refined when using weight transfer. The car just wanted to stick.
What I did like is that I saw where some of the luxury features stem from, more notably the watchface odometer. It kinda makes sense now that the newer Lexus models have an analogue clock in the middle of the dashboard. It's a period feature?
1 79 hours ago
This is the second car where nothing on the dash works, not that it's needed as you work by ear. If given a bit more time I think I could have cracked it. As I discovered that I did have a different approach, a got a rather lengthy slide out of it. But I guess because everyone has their own style, your approach could be considered wrong.
Working a naturally aspirated engine too was interesting,
1 89 hours ago
The pros show you the ropes and then let you take over to try.... But bwoi is it hard to pick something up in 10 minutes (for me anyway). This has tempted me to go down the path of getting an MX5 in the future to get more practice..
1 810 hours ago
Возьмите себе новое правило – не смотреть, а подглядывать в зеркало мира. Хорошее выискивать, а плохое игнорировать – все пропускать через этот фильтр. Сосредоточьте внимание на том, что хотите получить......