December 14, 2010

Can you really beat port drifting at night with a beer in hand? By the looks of these roads it has been happening for years, and by watching the countless amounts of cars hit these corners with buckets of speed, it has clearly helped the local drifting talent. We stayed out to watch on my birthday on a Friday and went back on Saturday for more. On the Friday the local convini was packed out and there were a few pros out in their competition cars getting in some practice, team battles and all. The concrete divider to the right in the above photo had a gap in it just large enough to fit a car through and a few brave drivers were coming in hot and just making the switch, I was impressed.

Most of the sites we watched at were a long straight of manjis linking into a wide hairpin or a sweeping 90 degree, simple and fun. The roads were stained black with tyre and every so often the gaurd rails showed evidence of an interesting night.


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  1. Nigel said

    I like that pic of the “guardrail of truth”.
    The shoot of the R32 is also cool.

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