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No better way to get back going the right direction though! :partyon:
 

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That's not drifting 'cos its not in Tokyo!:crazy:
 

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Nice commercial! :thumbsup:
 

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I was really hoping to see a Rockford there.:devil:
 

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Kick ass!:partyon: :partyon: Probably not the fastest way to take a turn, though...:laughing:
 

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You've gotta shift the weight of the car, then get the rear tires to spin a little and ride the angle you've got!
 

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You've gotta shift the weight of the car, then get the rear tires to spin a little and ride the angle you've got!
It was all for fun. :laughing:

I was actually coming in to a tight sweeper waaaaay to fast, intentionally. The car was losing grip so I just let it do just that. That's why I didn't turn the front wheels. :laughing:

I had Gingerman rented out, so no worries about someone hitting me. It was just a play day! I wiped out about 30 times that day and did serious off roading ... mostly for fun. It's cool to do cookies at 80 mph.

Aaron Pfadt wiped out in the DC C6 at like... 95 MPH, left about 200 feet of criss cross skid marks on the track, then ended up way out in the grass. The interior (seats, carpet, dash, center console... everything) of the DC C6 (and Aaron) was completely covered in chunks of sod, dirt and other landscaping material, including above the sun visors... which I only learned about a few days later when I put the visor down and sod fell in my Dunkin Donuts coffee. The car still has grass and dirt in it, haven't had time to clean it out. :rolling:
 
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