Formula Drift Champion Steals Roush Mustang To Reenact Grand Theft Auto

Drifting

Unlike most of us, he can drift away when the cops are in pursuit.

A lot of time and money is spent translating real life into pixelated video game images on a TV screen. Even more impressive is the time it takes to reenact real-life drama on said video games. However, it’s just as tedious to reverse the process and create a real life interpretation of a video game, but luckily for us, talented Formula Drift champion Justin Pawlak used a drone and an army of video editors to bring us his own tire-smoking version of Grand Theft Auto.

In his GTA Atlanta spinoff, he “steals” a Roush Mustang from a fellow racing driver and then proceeds to murder some tires in cold blood. Please don't try the GTA reenactment at home.

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