Behind The Scenes - Street Drift: Mulholland with Tanner Foust

The Smoking Tire goes behind the scenes with Tanner Foust on Mulholland Highway to see what it takes to put together his "Street Drift" Series

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Tanner Foust Street Drift: Mulholland - GTChannel
Get our new GTChannel mobile app!: http://bit.ly/1xXCAKX 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. Rent Hot Version worldwide and on a host of devices at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/hotversion





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Ferrari 599 GTB Tanner Foust
Driver : Tanner Foust AutoBahn - Germany Ferrari 599 GTB 6L V12 611 HP





Bad Driving Compilation
A collection of lane crossers and driving fails recorded on Mulholland Hwy over the last 6 Months. Celica at end is same as one from beginning, he crashed a couple turns after he passed me. Mulholland Highway in Los Angeles has been a popular riding area for motorcycles & fast cars for decades. Car and motorcycle clubs are regular visitors every weekend. Jay Leno can often be found at the famous Rockstore and at a view point called Lookout talking with fellow motor enthusiasts. Crashes are common as well as a heavy police presence on most weekends. The Snake is a two mile section of Mulholland above the Rockstore. Riders usually will make multiple runs allowing me to move from corner to corner when assembling rider videos. The speed limit is 45 mph, most riders are not going much over that so the majority of tickets are crossing the line, wheelies or equipment violations. Bicycles are up here all the time but motorcycles and bikes seem to do fine together as long as the cyclists are willing to stay to the right. Cars passing them are a bigger problem since there is no shoulder and most turns are blind. I mainly shoot on the last corner coming up because I can see much of the road and photogs are expected. The turn gets it's fair share of crashes but people crash other places also just no one is filming. The top corner I shoot seem to average one crash every couple weeks in the summer, out of many hundreds of riders. 911 emergency services are rarely called and accidents are seldom reported since most riders do not get injured severely. Google Street View - http://goo.gl/wsMi




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