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      04-15-2017, 01:06 AM   #1
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Insane 335i donut drift. XDRIVE!!

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Looks like you lost control at the end there.
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I don't see a drift in there.
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I don't see a drift in there.
well unfortunately the fkin video is vertical, thanks to a bad camera guy, but it was most certainly a drift. you should watch on a bigger screen because there is constant slippage and smoke.
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well unfortunately the fkin video is vertical, thanks to a bad camera guy, but it was most certainly a drift. you should watch on a bigger screen because there is constant slippage and smoke.
Maybe our definitions of a drift differ? I see an impressively done donut and no doubt you are experiencing oversteer and the rear slip angle is more than the front, but to me a drift is more than just that. A drift is a controlled oversteer through a corner while hitting a specific line. The separation is important, because a successful drift is a real feat of driving skill. A donut can be down with power and trial and error.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that you don't have that skill. I'm just saying that this video shows a donut, and not a real drift.
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well unfortunately the fkin video is vertical, thanks to a bad camera guy, but it was most certainly a drift. you should watch on a bigger screen because there is constant slippage and smoke.
Maybe our definitions of a drift differ? I see an impressively done donut and no doubt you are experiencing oversteer and the rear slip angle is more than the front, but to me a drift is more than just that. A drift is a controlled oversteer through a corner while hitting a specific line. The separation is important, because a successful drift is a real feat of driving skill. A donut can be down with power and trial and error.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that you don't have that skill. I'm just saying that this video shows a donut, and not a real drift.
lol you're accurate but the title implies donut/Drift. And with xdrive, this is well executed with limited space.

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lol you're accurate but the title implies donut/Drift. And with xdrive, this is well executed with limited space.

Thanks for watching.
Yup, pretty impressive for a X Drive!
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