Sometimes you just want watch some grassroots drifting. No artistic soundtrack or camera trickery – just crazy people in crazy cars doing crazy things.
This video from the 2012 Drift Survival event in Hokkaido, Japan has it all – huge tandem trains, fearless entries, screaming AE86s, and even a pickup truck.
Soooo many great cars in this video. There are very few I wouldn't publicly humiliate myself to own.
I have a question, why do they remove the front bumper? For better cooling? It's just awesome to see these kind of events!
Epic. You could see that they had an awesome time, and then to see them cleaning up the track at the end is just awesome.
Judging by the quality of driving, work, and outright ability to vaporize rubber that r34 with the big single must elong to someone special. Any ideas?
@Jochem The frontbumper is one of the first things that get crushed if you get in trouble. So a lot of drifters remove then before their runs and install it again afterwards.