Learn how the pros make it look easy

To the untrained eye, drifting can look like a mindless stunt. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. A well-trained professional can use drifting as a technique for speed and efficiency—and look cool enough to give Steve McQueen a run for his money while he’s at it. Here’s how it works.

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