Francesco Conti's 750-Horsepower E92 BMW M3 Shooting Flames and Bouncing Off the Limiter

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Here is a man who clearly has drifting figured out.

It might be a little bit grandiose to call the European drift championships “King of Europe,” implying that someone who is really good at getting a car sideways has succeeded where Charlemagne failed. But that is what it is called, and the man you are looking at in this video has won it. Francesco Conti is an Italian drift driver who has enjoyed a good deal of success right from the start of his professional drifting career, surely thanks in part to this car.

The car is an E92 BMW M3, supercharged to produce 750 horsepower. Conti drives it well too, no surprise that he does so well in competitions.

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