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This is a discussion on Camaro Drifting within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Not sure if this has been posted before I came across it last night on youtube. The guy in the ...

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    Camaro Drifting

    Not sure if this has been posted before I came across it last night on youtube. The guy in the silver camaro does some sweet drifts you have to watch the entire video. I guess there isn't much fear of cops in iceland. Tires must be cheap too!!


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    when you live in iceland, i guess you just have that alternative:
    - make music like björk, or burn rubber...

    pretty good driving though.

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    that guy in the camaro has some serious skills. especially at the end in the parking lot. i thought for sure he was gonna nail that dumpster.

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    Not bad

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    silver camaro is insane!

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    the silver one was cool, but that red one looks like shit. imo

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    go in the pewter killlllled it.

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    Damn wish I could afford to burn up tires like that. Pretty sick to watch though

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstnz28 View Post
    Damn wish I could afford to burn up tires like that. Pretty sick to watch though
    i would be using some genereal crappy tires if i was doing that all the time. but like you said lots of $ for rubber

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    that guy with the pewter Camaro is good at driving. The red Camaro is joke tho. it has so much ugly/tacky stuff on it.

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    to most yes that looks takcy, i would never do it but glad theres parts like that to keep everything different

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    different things are cool in different countries

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    Personally I love to drift/power slide whatever you want to call it. Hell even finding some dirt or rocky roads where you cant get any traction can be fun as hell too...

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    i love to practice my skills in the rain alot. really no tire wear safer for car, and think can benifit more caseue it less control

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    I almost crashed my car in the rain doing an accidental power slide once. actually twice. haha. glad to say I regained control.

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    yup i always do it in the rain. i convince myself it IS a smart move, cuz im learning how to recover in case of an emergency

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    i also think its make you better caseu you have to react a lot faster in that slipery condtions

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    I can do that around corners decent, but not as fast as that pewter was doing it. Obviously someone's had a lot of practice. Do any of you go find some cheap used tires and slap em on ur car just for these purposes?

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    power sliding definitely helps driving skills.
    I was driving my truck last winter, about 55mph down a straight pavement road.
    Hit a bump in the road, and the rear end slid out sideways while i was cruising at 55mph.
    My natural reaction was to counter steer. After i recovered, and kept it in my lane. I got to thinking how many people would have no idea what to do in this kind of situation.

    glad I played around power sliding on quads, in cars, golf carts, go karts, anything.
    Or else i would have been out a truck and possibly more, spinning out into trees at 55mph
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    Quote Originally Posted by b.lee View Post
    power sliding definitely helps driving skills.
    I was driving my truck last winter, about 55mph down a straight pavement road.
    Hit a bump in the road, and the rear end slid out sideways while i was cruising at 55mph.
    My natural reaction was to counter steer. After i recovered, and kept it in my lane. I got to thinking how many people would have no idea what to do in this kind of situation.

    glad I played around power sliding on quads, in cars, golf carts, go karts, anything.
    Or else i would have been out a truck and possibly more, spinning out into trees at 55mph
    thats true, plus the next time i get pulled over by a detroit patrol car for power sliding, ill say im making me be safer for the winter LOL

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