Norwegian drifting champ Kenneth "Fastkenny" Moen has quite the following in Europe and stateside for his handling skills, which is what makes the combo of a drift and hillclimb so appealing. A mountain is about the only thing missing from Alan Wilzig's personal track, one Jstas could easily imagine as his home drift center:
That right there is my own personal dream.
I don't want a big house. I don't want expensive cars.
I just want enough of my own, private land to build a race track and a race car so I can spend my nights and weekends tearing around my track until the gas tank runs dry!
I can imagine it now!
/flapping of birds fleeing
/car crests the hill, turn right 60 into 40 stay right careful don't cut
/straight 90, hard on the brakes stay right, left, hairpin, in to right 20 straight 100
BABRAPBRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRBR... BRAP BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRrrrrrrrr
BBBBBbbbbrrrrrrrr squeak bubbubbubbub
"Yes dear, what now? No, I'm fine, was just wide open on the back stretch, didn't hear the phone over the engine...what? No! I didn't take the muffler off again! Who? That old bat again? You tell Mrs. McClusky that I said to go suck an egg and to take a look out her back porch. I'll have some "donuts" for her in a minute."
BRAPBRAPBRAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH... BRBRRRRRRRRR BRAP BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Yeah. Pissin' off the neighbors and there ain't nothin' they can do about it!