Hello all! Wondering if some of you can give me some advice please, I'm currently writing a novel which I want to put in a big dramatic crash scene involving a drift, a friend of mine said you guys are the ones who know it all about drifting so if you say it can't be done or wouldn't happen in a certain way then I need to scrap it. I have initially chosen a 07plate Nissan 350z 3.5 ltr v6 as that was my first and only car so I can describe the sound of the engine revving and I did wreck it when I lost control so I know a lot about how it handles. The section of the story I need technical advice with currently please goes as following: Woman driving down the road at 75mph, looks at the passenger instead of the road ahead, passenger sees they're going into a corner with trees surrounding the edge so grabs the wheel to try and turn it but instead of turning properly the car goes into a drift and the car smashes into a tree sideways. From a technical perspective could that happen in a Nissan 350z? If not is there another vehicle that it could happen with whilst also being a car you would plausibly see on a UK road? I know strictly speaking my readers wouldnt have a clue if it's factually correct or not but I wouldn't be happy with myself or the novel if it turned out to be complete rubbish that could never happen in a million years. It's integral to the story that I find a way of smashing the passenger side of the vehicle, killing the passenger but not the driver in a way that the driver is responsible and I want it as realistic and believable as possible hence coming to you all for advice. Any advice any of you can give me please I would greatly appreciate it and of course will be acknowledged in the front of the book. Thank you in advance for your help.