Lexus LFA DRIFT
I never knew a stock LFA could drift this good! Or it could be the driver,
who is a test driver of Lexus, and was the winning driver of 2010 24h
Nurburgring race, and also was the ex-GT500 driver for Super GT. Now I
want to practice drifting on this car on GT5!
- Name: 2012 Lexus LFA (Japanese Market Spec)
- Price: 37,500,000JPY (approx. 469,000USD)
- Production: 500 Worldwide, 165 for Japan market
- Size: 4,505 x 1,895 x 1,220mm
- Wheelbase: 2,605mm
- Weight: 1,480kg
- Engine Displacement: 4,805cc
- Torque: 48.9kgfm/7,000rpm
- Redzone: 9,000rpm
- Suspension: Front-Double Wishbone, Rear-Multi-link
- Transmission: 6-speed
- Tires: front-265/35ZR20, rear-305/30ZR20
- Max Speed: 325km/h+ (202/mph+)
- Acceleration: 0-60mp/h 3.6sec, 0-100km/h 3.7sec
* check out "Gallery" - "Sounds"!
CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R - high speed cornering
Team IMPUL was testing new sets of Bridgestone tires for CALSONIC IMPUL
GT-R at a race track, SportsLand Sugo. Filmed: May 13, 2010.
Team Name: Team IMPUL
Drivers: Tsugio Matsuda / Ronnie Quintarelli
Vehicle Name: MOTUL AUTECH GT-R (SUPER GT GT500)
Team Name: NISMO
Base Vehicle: R35 NISSAN GT-R
Size: 4,695 x 2,000 x (undisclosed)
Engine Model: VRH34A
Engine Displacement 3,396cc
Maximum Output: over 450ps
Maximum Torque: over 40kgm
Clutch: 5.5"carbon triple plate
Transmission: Transaxle type, 6-speed sequential
Brakes: Bench-rated Disk (front & rear)
Suspension: Double Wishbone (front & rear)
Drive System: 2WD（FR）
Wheels: 13.0J x 18 (front & rear)
Tires: Michellin 31/71-18 (front & rear)
Vehicle Info: GT500 GT-R
Team Info: Team IMPUL
4 Cars Drifting in Circle
Doughnut drift Performed by TOYO Tires D1 drivers. Need real trust with
other drivers if you want to do this!
Tanner Foust Street Drift: Mulholland - GT Channel
Repost: But we we thought some of you may have not seen it yet & it's such
an awesome video. http://gtchannel.com for more videos. Tanner Foust
drifts his Rockstar Energy Drink Scion TC Drift Car on a legendary stretch
of Mulholland Highway known as "The Snake". Watch Tanner unleash his 600hp
NASCAR V8 powered Scion drift car on this famed road. There were no
rehearsals and most of the film is of Tanner's first run on a clean stretch
of road. And, yes, the road was closed. WARNING: The following video was
performed by a professional driver on a closed course. Do not attempt what
you are about to see.
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Ford Mustang GT V8 Drifting - Drifting on Public streets and in Traffic Donuts Burnout 2012
This video was created 2 years ago.
Age of Driver: 18
Enjoy this crappy piece of fuckin art!
WARNING: The following video was performed by a professional driver. Do not
attempt what you are about to see.
...In Drift We Trust...
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Kei To The City [Drift Feature Film - Japan]
In this feature length season premiere of Mighty Car Mods, Marty and Moog
are back doing what they do best - modifying a car on a budget in
preparation for a special event.
KEI TO THE CITY is the second feature film by Mighty Car Mods.
'turbos&Temples' came out in 2010 and
can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0ptzKKcLpA
Get Kei To The City on DVD or High Definition Blu Ray, shipped world wide:
Original Soundtrack by MOOG
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how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a
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