Don't get us wrong, we love to see people sliding Nissan s-chassis, but turning a V8-swapped Volvo 240 wagon into a drift car is just so much cooler.
James May and Jeremy Clarkson recently pronounced the Lexus SC 430 the worst car… in the world. We'll accept that, but not before we see one doing some impressive drifting.
We already know that old gassers are burnout machines. This '50 Chevy does one so big, it breaks its own driveshaft.
There is something beautifully mismatched about hearing an M-power howl coming out of a mustard yellow Volvo 242.
We love the FR-S and any other affordable, rear-drive powerslide machine, but there is no question that the minivan is the greatest vehicle for hoons. We've put together a gallery of unparalleled minivan drifts, jumps, and carnage to prove that we're right.
Okay it's a Nissan Silvia and not a NASCAR stocker, but it's a real car done up like Lighting McQueen! And it drifts!
This is by far the most bizarre burnout video we have ever seen. The choppy cuts, the non-linear plot — it's like Gymkhana: Memento Edition.
This is pro driver Mike Skeen breaking the Nissan GT-R lap record around Road Atlanta by over three seconds with a 1:24.7. It is absolutely mesmerizing.
Imagine an intersection where completely de-restricted race cars of almost any kind are allowed to drift in, do burnouts and donuts to their heart's content, and then peel off into the night without any fear of the cops.
It's not a proper 4WD launch until you lay rubber at all four corners.
Four-wheel-drive donuts are the most balletic donuts. Case in point: this dizzying, totally rad donut machine built by the TU Delft Formula Student team.
We love when cars get down in some tug-of-war action. It's stupid and dangerous, but it looks cool. However, even watching a tug-of-war in person can be surprisingly dangerous.
Mid-engined. Supercharged. All wheel drive. This sounds like the recipe for one of the greatest supercars of all time. But it isn't. It's the recipe for the world's greatest van: The Toyota Previa.
When you have something large to transport, a trailer is typically a great option for things that won't fit in a car.
This is the annual Thanksgiving Weekend SmokeFest, which happens in October. Somewhere. We assume annually. Details are scarce, but Mustang burnouts are as Thanksgiving abundant as diabetes risk. It is, in the words of an onlooker, a "more better" way to spend the holidays.
Take an open-wheeled racecar and put it on a freakishly narrow, winding road. Engage hyperdrive. This is hillclimbing.
As you already know from our winter driving tips, it's important to practice sliding your car in the snow. What happens when your practice car is a 600 horsepower Audi S2?
Is there a greater pleasure than getting hot food delivered to your sweatpants-wearing lazy ass? Yes. Getting hot food delivered to your lazy ass while you're in the middle of a massive burnout.
We have no idea why someone made this explosion at Palm Beach international Raceway last year, but some guy managed to drift his Lexus right in front it at just the right time. Yes, it is totally awesome.
Many Porsche 911s spend their lives being slowly driven to the country club or to some nightclub. This one is flat out over a crest like a baja trophy truck. This is how it should be.