22 February 2017
Will it drift?

Drifting is excellent. Drifting is fun. Drifting is one of the main reasons for getting up in the morning. 

Drifting is, however, not usually a team sport. Until today.

Because we wondered if two people could drift the same car, at the same time. 

Watch, then, as we put two clowns in a Subaru BRZ, and see if it's possible.

Oh, and it probably goes without saying that you shouldn't try this at home.

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23 February 2017
Seems like a perfectly good way to abuse a new car and set of tyres. It would surely be better to use something older and more powerful? And was the Subaru completely standard - I thought that I heard the drift champion mutter something about "diff lock in"? The BRZ doesn't have a diff lock does it - or did he really mean traction control off?

16 June 2017
"Boys will be boys"!!

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