600HP Impreza Goes for an Epic Drift

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Not a fan of drifting? We're sure you're going to be after seeing this 600 horsepower Subaru Impreza scrape some pavement.

Not everyone will have the opportunity in their lifetimes to get behind the wheel of a drift car. And let’s face it: drifting is an art form that takes years of practice to develop. Fortunately, the chance to be a passenger in such a drifting machine is entirely possible. This guy buckled into the passenger seat of a Subaru Impreza that’s tuned to produce around 600 horsepower by Prima Racing. There are a total of three go pro cameras on hand to capture the entire showcase that took place at the European Drift Championship.

Still not convinced that drifting is a wicked good time? Check out the following video and we’re sure you’ll change your mind.

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