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Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by V8stangman, Oct 17, 2016.
That's some sick driving skills right there!!
oh my nice!
Although, and my knowledge in physics is limited at best, I would assume that drifting on the outside lane should be slower than the traditional ways of turning.
On asphalt, yes, but I think on loose surfaces the physics are a bit different, and drifting is sometimes (always?) faster, that's why rally cars go sideways.
Rallycross is pretty awesome.
Here's a pretty awesome race if you have 7 mins to spare
That Polo went quite well with a flat tire.