22 thoughts on “Winter Drifting”

  1. Aw I used to love doing this. Nowadays though I worry more about breaking my car… or well.. now I have to pay for it myself when I break it.

    • Good point. These guys probably never earned a penny in their whole life, yet are driving an expensive car. Rich kids. Usually grow up to be worthless bloodbags. Not good for Russia.

      we need real men, not these immature youths.

      • Kirov was a good man, what happens to good men under Stalin? What happened to Sergey Kirov? First, he is assassinated and then Stalin persecutes Kirov’s alleged assassins, using the man Stalin murdered (Kirov)as a pretext to bring down whole Kirov movement, Stalin wasn’t so dumb, was he?
        Are these the “good old days” of Soviet times? Of which so many people speak?

  2. Mitsu, Jeep and Pontiac. Snow covered plates and not a native car in the lot. Nice try and another faker post ER! FAIL!

  3. Nothing special. I doin` like this each time when i staing my car to the garage outside of my home.
    Especially it`s cool when you`re swithicng on loud music from NeedForSpeed – everyone looking at you with wide open eyes.)))) yeeeeeeeeeeeeah!

  4. That’s Hilarious! I don’t care what you guys say about it, I’m a thrill seeking adrenaline junkie and it’s going on my to do list.

  5. Lol this reminds me of when I went “Drifting” (more like powersliding) in my Matrix (and they have a Vibe which is pretty much a Matrix). Good times, good times.

  6. I did that with a Lada once, but since I didn’t have a place big enough to get it up to speed (Lada needs kilometers!), I used the hand brake and steered quickly to get it sideways… the result: I got the front tire off the wheel 😛 fortunately I had a spare in the trunk.

  7. Every young man from a snowy place knows you need rear wheel drive with a v-8 engine to spin properly. That’s why the Jeep is doing well here it has rear wheel drive, when 4 wheel drive is not engaged.

  8. He, I’m doing the same during my luch break, ir relaxing and much fun. The only difference I’m doing it on a special track where it is more safe. (Latvia)

  9. That was a Pontiac Vibe, which is a re-badged Toyota Matrix. One of the rare GM/Toyota joint ventures, kinda like the 80’s Chevy Nova and later with the Geo/Chevy Prizm. I’m guessing this Vibe had All Wheel Drive, as it was an available option.

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