Lots and lots of oversteer.
For reasons beyond my explanation, I am somewhat obsessed with the Pilbara, the big chunk of desert in Western Australia where much of the country’s mining goes on. Here is a slice of life from this chunk of money desert.
You might think you’ve seen some a good driving. Excellent car control. Sharp reactions. Nah, son. Look at the snap on this ‘70s Celica drift car. Reassess those skill levels.
Now is the time of watching old simple strong good normal Toyota sedans vigorously engage in abnormal activities of off roading! They test their differentials.
For years I’ve gone on about how cool Toyota Previas are, with their midengine/rear-wheel drive platform tucked under an egg-shaped minivan body. But it turns out Toyota wasn’t the only one to follow this formula.
I don’t know why this Dodge Durango even attempted this tuff truck off-road course, but I’m extremely glad it did.
This is how a Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 is meant to be used—in the most ridiculous fashion possible.
Is the beautiful destruction of tires reserved for cars that are super or muscle? No! Also cars of such lowly provenance as a front-wheel drive model year 2000 Volkswagen Beetle can be blessed with the smoke of joyous ruination.
This video purports to be the ultimate Subaru Sambar burnout. It’s great, yes. But is it the ultimate in Subaru Sambar burnouts?
How easy is it do offroad a Suzuki Carry kei pickup truck with mattracks? It’s so easy that a seven-year-old can do it.
More power doesn’t always make shredding tires easier.
When your 1,000 horsepower Hyundai drift car bursts into flames, it might be a good idea to come to a stop. Otherwise the circuit’s fire safety crew has to chase you down on track, as we can see here.
This is a Chevy pickup truck with a 14.2-liter V8 pulled from a Scania. What does it do? Burnouts.
There’s money, and then there’s I’m going to drive my half-million dollar Lamborghini Aventador Roadster into a sand dune money.
You might think it’s impossible to want a Chevy Cavalier, the cockroach of the automotive world, but watch this video and you’ll understand.
Not all rally cars are AWD Subarus and Mitsubishis. Some of them are 1800cc, 10000RPM, RWD Toyota Starlets.
Muscle cars have plenty of ride height, beefy tires, and plenty of rear-drive power. Sounds like a perfect rallycross car to me.
As this video shows, it was sideways in 1989 and it’s still sideways 26 years later.
The 1990s Mercury Cougar was maybe not the most important car ever made, or the most beautiful, or the most beloved. But it could do a burnout, and that’s what counts.
This video was posted with the title “Range Rover V8 Turbo Insane Jump.” Well, it’s definitely a Range Rover, and it may well have a turbo V8 engine. The question remains: is the jump insane?