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Dirt Drop Drifting Technique

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Ditch The Rear!


Dirt Drop DriftThe dirt drop drifting technique is not a technique for beginners. You are supposed to place your car in such a position so that when you flick the car sideways the rear wheels hit the dirt. Hence the name dirt drop.


Surface is usually gras, mud or slick, so the traction is lower on this surface. Drifters use this surfaces to gain more angle while keeping their speed up. Mind you though, not every surface is as slippery as it seems and it's quite a dangerous technique.




It's not applicable on the street and is only possible on some circuits. On some circuits it's even banned. It requires a great deal of practice and can easily go wrong, usually with devastating results.



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