What's Better Than A Professional Drifter Hooning A Built Vehicle?

Drifting

Very few things in the world are better than this.

Formula D driver Ryan Tuerck may have his own heavily-modified Scion FR-S, but that didn’t stop the professional drifter from tossing around another drifter’s—Rene Portz’s—550 hp Toyota Soarer. When visiting Germany, Tuerck had the incredible opportunity to drift the Soarer around the Eurospeedway Lausitz race track. Not only is this epic video highly enjoyable to watch, it can also be used as a teaching option since one camera faces outward, while the other is focused on Tuerck himself.

There’s nothing better than watching a true craftsmen at work and Tuerck’s ability to roast the Soarer’s tires is unbelievable.

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