Just some random street drifting…

While I love to drift around the street on rainy days… I do not support the stunts being executed in this video. This type of street drifting should be avoided as it can place others in harms way.

It can be tough finding a spot to drift, however, some people see the freeway and interstates as their path to achieving happiness.   Me personally, I usually find empty parking lots to drift around when it’s raining outside.

Happy drifting and drift with caution!

For more information on official drifting locations, you can click below.

Drift Spots

 

 

Ken Block drifts London!

Check out this insane video as Ken Block drifts London in his Hoonicorn Mustang.  Ken Block is by far one of the greatest drifters who originated from rally racing and has since become one of the best.  He developed his own racing brand “Hoonigan Racing Division”.  One of his main sponsorship is “Monster” energy drinks.  He currently has a collection of Ford automobiles all modified for drifting.  You can check out his builds at the following URL: http://www.hooniganracing.com/garage/.

Ken currently races along-side of his partner Andreas Bakkerud.  These two drifters are the mainstream for Hoonigan Racing Division. These two are by far some of the greatest racers known to the sport.

Ken block was born on November 21, 1967 and is also one of the co-founders of DC Shoes.

For a complete history of Ken Block’s career, you can refer to his Wikipedia.

Hoonigan Racing Division

The Hoonigan Racing Division (previously known as the Monster World Rally Team) is a motor racing team that competes in the World Rally Championship, Global RallyCross Championship, FIA World Rallycross Championship and Rally America.

The team was formed by Ken Block at the beginning of 2010 as a platform for him to compete at world championship level. The team, sponsored by Monster Energy, ran a 2011-spec Ford Fiesta RS WRC for Block and co-driver Alex Gelsomino at selected events in the World Rally Championship. In 2012, the team entered a second car for Australian driver Chris Atkinson at the Rally of Mexico, though they have not submitted a second entry since.

Ken Block

At the Global Rallycross, Block finished 5th in 2012, 3rd in 2013, 2nd in 2014 and 7th in 2015. Block also claimed a third-place finish and a fourth at the 2014 World Rallycross Championship.

In 2016, Block will compete full-time at the FIA World Rallycross Championship alongside Andreas Bakkerud, driving all-new Ford Focus RS. The car is built and run by M-Sport, a British motorsport team, who also build and prepare the cars for every rally team and several rallycross teams competing with the Fiesta model.

Check out the full information regarding Hoonigan Racing Division by clicking here.

Wow! Check out some of the best Formula D drifters in this amazing Irwindale Drift Event!

You can watch some of the top drifters in the world go all out in the video below at the final Irwindale Drift Event.  This is supposed to be the last scheduled event for Irwindale. Congratulations to the winner Peter Vincent, the runner up Daijiro Yoshihara, and third place drifter James Dean.

Mad Mike and BADBUL

Watch as Mad Mike and BADBUL drift around a mountain in his native New Zealand and power slide across a frozen lake in Japan. This time he took the Mazda RX8 BADBUL around the iconic Franschhoek pass in South Africa.

Mike Whiddett is currently sponsored by Red Bull energy drinks. Mike drives primarily Mazda builds equipped with rotary engines.  He is by far one of the most well known drifters along side of other big names. 

Mad Mike was born January 10, 1981 and is a native New Zealand citizen. 

For a complete history of Mad Mike, you can refer to his Wikipedia

Mazda Enthusiast

Mad Mike is known for his love and passion for Mazda and their rotary engines.

A list of Mike’s cars can be found below:

  • MADBUL, a Mazda FD RX-7 with a 26B quad rotor, twin turbo engine. MADBUL was given a new look in 2017 to have RX-3 front end bodywork and renamed MADBUL 7.3 due its design combination of RX-7 and RX-3
  • BADBUL, a Mazda RX-8 with a 20B three rotor engine
  • HUMBUL, a Mazda FD RX-7 with a 26B quad rotor, twin turbo engine
  • RADBUL, a Mazda NC MX-5 with a 26B quad rotor, twin turbo engine
  • RADBUL Gen2, a Mazda NC MX-5 with ND MX-5 body panels[9] and a 26B quad rotor, twin turbo engine
  • RUMBUL, a Mazda B2000 based Stadium Truck with a naturally aspirated 13B twin rotor engine