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Old 21 Aug 2016, 08:05 (Ref:3666835)   #1
MaxxUK
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Japanese "Old School" Style Drifting at Teeside with Pedalcam

Anyone remember the old "Best Motoring" Videos from Japan, with Keiichi Tsuchiya and Co, Touge & Circuit Drifting?

As a Circuit racer and avid viewer of these video my Drifting "style" is very much 'old school' Japanese drifting. No handbrake, no clutch kick, just high speed, braking into the turn breaking traction and keep it nailed to the exit.

In this video you can see the footwork associated with this, the speeds, the g-forces and the Drift Angle.

https://youtu.be/TdM3cqLyrZE



Teeside kart circuit is a great kart track where they can run 2 layouts (Main & West) or link the two together.

The car is a mildly tuned Nissan S14a, standard engine/ECU but running 1bar boost for around 250-260bhp.


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