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Re: The art of drifting

heh heh... this is handy stuff... err.. not that i'd ever even think of trying..
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I'll leave the drifting to the Turbo cars :)
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The art of hitting a tree!!!


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Its better done in the wet!

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Bugger drifting... I love seano14's avatar and signature pics!

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The dude sounds like he's on drugs!

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what a crap site - handbrakes are for poofs! if you have a decent amount of hp you can use the throttle and the steering wheel to step it out, and its easier to control.

in the wet its childs' play.

those guys on japan though - now they are TeH GoDz!

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ROLLIN is right drifting in the wet is too easy,and the handbrake usage is ghey,but yeah if you watch the jap drift vids they are like awesome to watch..

cars are a lethal weapon,your not invinsible when you get into one,and no matter how much skill you think you have,you are never in control you are always on the edge of death it may not happen today but if you keep driving like you do,you too will end up dead!
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but wet car parks are a good place to learn....
Did I say car parks? I ment fully supervised skid pans at your local cams registered track!

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