Getting Sideways In A Ferrari F355

Drifting

Maybe not the direction the car was built to go in, but fun to watch nonetheless.

The Ferrari F355 still stands as one of the most underrated and underappreciated models to have come out of Maranello. Looking, as it did, so much like the 348, many people simply didn’t recognize what a giant leap forward in quality it really was. But here we have a video to help demonstrate why you should still love the F355. It shows one of the most entertaining things anyone can do with a performance vehicle, power sliding around a wet track, specifically Blyton Park.

The car in the video also has a Tubi exhaust, the Fiorano handling pack, and it has been remapped. Not that you need all that to power slide it, but it is good to have.

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