Europeans Have To Out-Crazy Japan When It Comes To Drift Cars

UK-based Driftworks came to life ten years ago when Phil Morrison was done building Minis and Golfs for the Euro scene and went for a smoke. Today, it's the number one name in Continental drifting.

Phil went from building custom BMXs to daily driving a Porsche 911 GT3 while also having a 565 hp JDM Toyota Mark II in his garage just for turning expensive rubber into dust in no time.


When it comes to turning let's say an AE86 into the ultimate drifter, a British company really has to go as crazy as certain people in Norway to have a chance of beating the Japanese at their own game. Not that it's any trouble.

By the way, if you're out there looking for a stock AE86 to buy in Europe, just give up already and get yourself a nice E30 from a retired German citizen.

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