It is not the fact that this is Japanese street drifting what makes me post this video on here though, it is the fact that it shows more of the scene where Drifting first started with training on one corner, spinning, straightening up, and of course, crashing a few times…
There are a few bumps and bruises caused in this video. 2 of which can be shown at the 1 minute 20 and the 4 minute 50 marks.
I, myself, am currently not heavily involved in drifting but hope to be more involved when i get something new in may/June 2011, possibly a little Volvo 340 or something to start of with due to the cheap insurance on a 17 year old (thats me). But it seems like a lot of people i speak to only think of drifting in such a way that it has always been an extreme sport for nutters. It is good to reflect what we know as drifting nowadays to the thing which they knew as drifting in the first days.
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