The Ford Aspire would be the poster child for crappy Korean autobox rebadge jobs except no one ever put the Ford Aspire on a poster. But with a few Wendy's trays, a big dream, and a crappy car these guys made donuts happen.
Props to whomever this gentlemen is for not only doing truly epic donuts in his BMW E30, but for ghost-donuting his car. Do not try this at home, you don't have the skills.
This video raises a few interesting questions: is this really an 11-second 3G Camaro? Is it really an IROC? How is this a turbo V6-powered Camaro if it's an IROC? Did the turbo V6 come out of the Turbo Trans Am — i.e. a version of the GN six? Are you a God?
Posting the story yesterday on the Viper-powered Saab wagon unearthed this great video of the monster's Viper body completely naked doing tire-smoking donuts. Epic.
The orphaned Monaro-based Pontiac GTO makes a surprisingly good drift car. Just ask Rhys Millen. Or maybe just ask these guys.
Red Bull managed to convince the city of Atlanta to close off Peachtree Street downtown so that Rhys Millen and Ryan Tuerck could stage a mini-drift challenge around the office buildings. Sure beats standing in line at Chop't.
In his pop-psych psuedo-novel The Social Animal writer/pundit David Brooks posits that much of our decision-making isn't conscious but the result of a network of subconscious neural networks. Perhaps hooning isn't learned, perhaps it's actually something formed at a deeper level within our synaptic pathways in some…
When you hear the words "Pedobear" and "Miata" in the same sentence, you know someone's going somewhere they don't belong. In this case, it's a lowered Miata sneaking under an unsuspecting 18-wheeler like Pedobear sneaking under... well... you get the idea.
A hoon sees an on-ramp as an opportunity for shenanigans, and what's better to hoon than an early '80s Toyota AE86 coupe with like three shades of paint on it? Old Toyotas are so much fun.
Driving a single bumper car on a public road is the act of a minor hoon. Doing so in Chinese traffic elevates you to full hoon status. Driving two bumper cars at the same time on Chinese roads makes you Hoon of the Day.
Today's message: Enjoy the simple things in life — a warm spring breeze, a cold Bell's Oberon, or destroying a set of spent rear tires on your M3 with donuts in an empty parking lot.
Bombing down a curvy highway in Portugal, this Audi driver went into full Code Brown on a downhill sweeper. A few steering moves later the A4 was by the roadside, but facing forward. Listen closely to hear how the creepy radio broadcast plays Greek Chorus.
You're a future drifting champ of the Philippines, so it's likely your first pro-prepped vehicle will be a Mazda diesel pickup, as you're taken under the tutelage of JP Tuason of Mandaluyong City. First lesson: drifting. Second? The three-model stripdown.
Life is all about the caveats, and while this isn't the best burnout-meets-donuts ever, it is almost certainly the best set done by someone in a Geo/Chevy Tracker. Bonus points for the snorkel, public road, and video editing. Someone please prove us wrong.
Because drifting is a sport designed to appeal largely to 15-year-old boys, drifting events are often full of women also designed to appeal largely to 15-year-old boys. Combine the two in one Skyline-spinning moment and you've essentially created a vortex of post-pubescent interest. Quickly, to YouTube!
In the BMX world an "endo" is when you stall the bike and lean forward on the front tire. This Mazda 626 coupe owner does basically the same thing, but with a car. He almost finishes with a full barrel roll but stops just short.
The Piaggio Ape makes an excellent mini-work vehicle for the small Italian streets. But just because it's a scooter with three wheels doesn't mean you can also take it for a few two-wheel thrills.