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So I guess when he was done he signed the form to pay for the damage on the GT he creamed. Bravo Vaughn, well done. Golf clap. Product quality of the video, top notch, his driving, meh. Not really a fan of drifting. Great example of how not to drive unless you are making movies on someone else's dime. I could be really skilled at 5 finger fillet with the sharpest knife you can find, wanna play? Or just watch me make a really cool video on the chance you get to see a lot of blood?
I fully agree. I believe the skill required to drift at this level is extreme, it takes a tremendous amount of car control. Guys like this can also run a road course in a more traditional approach like no body's business I'm sure. I'm not a big fan of spectating it but I can surely appreciate it.
Nice! Nothing like the feeling when you pull off a perfect four wheel drift when you're in the red mist ;D He is obviously very talented. It reminded me of the show they put on at MGM Disney where your jaw just drops at their precision. All I could think when he was wrinkling the rear diffuser was "Keep your foot in it!"
More FAIL as in smashing into brand new parked Mustangs? Or a different kind of FAIL? Just wanted to get a little more info before wasting my time on watching drifter vi.. oh wait, never mind, I'm good.