I attended another drift event. Lock City Drift: NightStage. It's a parking lot event at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, but the owners of the facility let a few people out on the big track for testing. The hope is to run the road course for events next year. Very fun section of the track, a little scary at first throwing the car around at speed with walls and little run off, but everything went well.
awesome to see someone using their car (a lot). drifting looks fun.
I try to drive the car as much as I can, a show car it is not lol. Drifting is definitely a good time, and I've learned a lot of car control from it, which translates quite well to "grip" driving on the track.
Drifting is definitely a good time, and I've learned a lot of car control from it, which translates quite well to "grip" driving on the track.
An idea that seems to not translate well here. There are a great deal of situations that I have been saved from with car control skills learned at the drift events I've participated in. I'd assert that what people here hate the most is the archetypal 'driftard' who destroys a perfectly good car in the name of procuring dude love.