This Awesome Drifting Dad Just Won Father Of The Year

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Our drives with dad were never like this.

Toja Avdeyev has just won Father of the Year among gearheads. The Kazakh drifter has a series of videos of himself and his son drifting. He started the series when his son was basically a baby. This is the third installment and Avdeyev’s son is now five. Although he’s not a baby anymore the kid’s reaction to his dad slipping and sliding his modified Toyota Sprinter Trueno around the track is still priceless. If this doesn’t melt your heart then nothing will. Seriously, this video is nothing short of awesome.

Drives with dad are always cool but are made a million times better when pop has a badass drift car he knows how to handle.

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