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Post ID: 154358 Posted at: 07-May-2005 01:17:40
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whats your favourite car and track for drifting..?
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Post ID: 155808 Posted at: 08-May-2005 09:11:10
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dont drift much!!
if i hit a cerb an spin then i use da drift tecnique to avoid spining out!!!!
except on rallies then i drift all time
Life Begins At 170MPH!!! OR sideways!!!!!!
Either way is good
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Post ID: 163390 Posted at: 15-May-2005 13:14:25
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actually,
just a minute ago i found the best drift car/track combination, EVER!!!
The TSUKUBA WET COURSE driving a BLITZ ER34 TUNING CAR with the driving aids turned off, the aids being traction control and understeer/oversteer assists(turn them to 0 in settings)!!!
hope i helped all u wanabe drifters
Life Begins At 170MPH!!! OR sideways!!!!!!
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Post ID: 219893 Posted at: 23-Jun-2005 19:06:39
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Laguna is a great drifting track if you set the car up for it, can also turn some sick times in drasticly under HP cars getting 120+ Aspec points per race
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Post ID: 653985 Posted at: 03-Feb-2006 07:43:06
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My favourite track is totyo r246 because it's long straight
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Post ID: 687214 Posted at: 16-Feb-2006 15:53:36
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my favourite track, is seattle curcuit, drift it hard
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Post ID: 1085866 Posted at: 13-Oct-2006 17:34:34
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my car is the toyota ae86 treno sprinter and track would have to be deep forest but racing is nurburg.
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Post ID: 1130485 Posted at: 06-Nov-2006 18:12:11
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The best cars for drifting are the nissan 200sx series of cars. there are loads of them like the nissan silvia varietta and the 200sx and also the 240 and 270 etc. the older ones like the s13 (i have one in real life) are the best as they are more loose on the rear end but if you want a nice drift car then go for the nissan silvia varietta s15. you can get them used too which makes drifting nice and fun!!! best track? well, i like seattle but i think the best would be super special stage route 5 in the wet!!! slidey slidey!!!
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Post ID: 1268951 Posted at: 04-Jan-2007 07:07:29
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mine is the ralli di capri race just for having fun theres loads odf corners and if your cruising in a honda s2000 you will smoke everyone i did my first race in a honda s2000 and drifted most of the way round not that i meant to then i found it fun to see how wide i could go withought hitting the sides and stuff just try it you will have FUN
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Post ID: 1281996 Posted at: 09-Jan-2007 01:06:05
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Stop posting in old topics.


Murcie is back.
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Post ID: 1283572 Posted at: 09-Jan-2007 22:48:28
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El Capitan with the RX-7 Brathurst (or something like that)
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Post ID: 1331947 Posted at: 01-Feb-2007 09:57:31
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The jaguar touring car is totally the BEST car for english motors
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Post ID: 1360212 Posted at: 11-Feb-2007 15:25:12
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Ah, bugger it. Any car that can have racing suspension and a rear wing, track: High Speed Ring or Autumn Ring. If it's rally drifting, then the '03 Impreza Rally Car on Swiss Alps. Deswef, that comment isn't really anything to do with the topic.

@ GT Soarer, that picture that you took with the RX-7 drifting was a great shot. I'm starting to get the hang of drifting now.


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Post ID: 1371857 Posted at: 15-Feb-2007 22:03:45
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Nissan 270R on the Tsukuba track. Drivin aids will not be needed if fully upgraded.
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Post ID: 1379693 Posted at: 18-Feb-2007 17:04:26
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I have a few favourite cars. Pagani Zonda, Ford GT, Dodge Viper and suzuki escudo. I don't really drift. My favourite tracks would have to be the tsukuba, nurburgring, el capitan and that track which has the the famous corner the cork screw. (forgot it's name)
There is no good, there is no evil, there is only power, and that power will be mine.
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Post ID: 1380597 Posted at: 19-Feb-2007 01:42:03
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Laguna Seca. Drifting is awesome, you can get some awesome photos with it!


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