YouTube user Attika has Legos, and is clearly not afraid to use them. In the past year, Attika has posted videos of some incredible automotive creations like a Porsche 911 GT3 RS and a Lego Evo. Admittedly, many of the early builds are (still impressive) Lego kit creations. But this one leaves those builds in the…
If you’ve ever taken a serious shot at drifting, you know there’s a lot going on and it takes some getting used to. Maybe, for you, the concept of these reverse-entry drifts isn’t so unfathomable. For me, it seems just about impossible.
Catastrophic brake malfunction, or sweet-ass semi-truck driftooo? Both, actually.
A Ford Mustang just can’t help raising a ruckus, can it? At least this time the egregious tire-shredding was for a good cause, instead of straight for an innocent crowd of bystanders.
If you thought crazy front-wheel-drive chase scenes were the sole province of The Italian Job, think again. All you need for some cleverly executed stunts is a working handbrake and two ragged-out beater hatchbacks.
Just because it’s wet at the Nürburgring doesn’t mean the day is a wash-out. You won’t be setting any lap records on the slippery surface, but you can get delightfully sideways much easier.
Bless us, each and every one, for it is time for one of the most hallowed of internet traditions: the annual Nürburgring wipe-out supercut. Behold, the most insane wrecks and fails of 2016 straight from the Green Hell.
While you were undoubtedly grilling and chilling over Independence Day weekend, the guys at Clubloose were celebrating independence in their own way.
Messing up on the notorious Nürburgring at high speeds is not easy to recover from. That’s what makes this “taxi” driver in a BMW 2-series MPV tackling some critical oversteer so damn impressive.
Alex Goy of Carfection got his mom in a Ford Focus RS with the intention to prove that anyone could drift the super-hot hatch. Luckily for us, she played along.
You may have heard the drifting mega-event East Coast Bash described as the “spirit of modern hot rodding.” Think cheap thrills and greasy fingernails. This video captures the rambunctiousness of drifting, while making the whole affair look downright pretty.
Please enjoy the following 40 seconds of American celebration including: AC/DC, drift mode, tire smoke, a V8, and red, (white) and blue between a Ford Mustang GT and a Ford Focus RS at Silverstone Circuit.
Nissan put the Japanese drift champion behind the wheel of a tuned, rear-wheel drive 2016 Nissan GT-R to break the Guinness World Record for the fastest drift ever recorded. The result: a 30-degree drift at insane 190 miles an hour.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift sucked, but that’s just cause it wasn’t shot with 360 degree cameras. This 360 degree video from the top of a Pro Drifter’s car does the art of drifting justice the way the movie never could.
I know that’s not what literally happened here, but it’s been so long since we’ve had an American in Formula One — indulge me, okay? Look at this pass and tell me that the Statue of Liberty herself isn’t weeping as we speak. It’s beautiful.
Ever wonder what would happen if you and your best friend moved to Mexico to put on motorcycle stunt shows and were then approached to run drugs for a Russian maniac, but had to prove your drifting skills first?
The StuntFreaksTeam guys from Finland are absolute mayhem on wheels. The only time they’re willing to ride with any of that whole “traction” thing is when they’re up on one wheel. Start your Monday off right, by wishing your week was over so you could go ride.
Two NASCAR El Spec Ute-aminos lighting up their rear tires to stay out of the wall is by far the coolest save of the year. Why eat wall when you can eat tires instead and keep going?
If nothing else, this video proves that pretty much any car looks pretty good mid-drift. I’ve heard the hard plastic wheels make the Cozy Coupe an ideal drift car, and pros will sometimes have 30 or more dads tethered on bicycles.
With turbo rotaries or without, Mike and his friends know how to put on a show.