Ronin, Bullit, The Road Warrior and hell, even the Dukes of Hazzard all have one thing in common; the car chase. As enthusiasts we love to see them, hear them and then, when the moment arises, pick them apart. Movie directors and sound editors go through great lengths to make sure that our experience is as close to the real thing as they can make it. However there are those who deem to take a slightly different approach. Drive, starring Ryan Gosling recently hit theaters, and although the film is packed with tire roasting action, supervising sound editor Lon Bender decided to take a slightly different approach when it came to bringing the films 4-wheels stars to life. Although primarily character driven, the way in which Drive uses sound is something that is vastly different from what we’ve seen in the past. Click through to see what I’m talking about.