Sliding Around In The Snow In A C5 Corvette On Summer Tires Looks Like A Blast

Drifting

Not a great way to get to work, but certainly fun.

In most cases, when you're talking about sports cars, grip is a good thing. The better your car sticks to the road, the faster you can corner and so on. The factors which provide good grip on dry pavement and snow are not entirely the same, but it is possible to use this fact to have a little fun. You can always have a bit of fun getting the back end out on a C5 Corvette, and those times when it's really easy to do are just too good an opportunity to ignore.

It's the kind of thing a lot of us have probably done, and this Vette has done it in HD.

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