This Is How A Drifter Makes a Burrito


Because burritos and drifting go hand in hand.

It’s no secret that Chipotle is suffering because of its numerous E. coli outbreaks, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s waiting for the chain to get its stuff together. Some enthusiasts like Formula D driver Matt Powers are taking matters into their own hands and are using their drift machines to make delicious burritos. Powers takes his V8-powered Nissan 240SX onto the track to destroy a bunch of balloons that are filled with burrito ingredients. Let’s be honest, this isn’t the best way to make a burrito, but it’s highly entertaining to watch.

Forget Chipotle. This is how we want to make our burritos. Now we just have to find a way to get the ingredients into the tortilla.

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