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Why drifting should be left to the professionals.

Posted in Chrysler, Crashes, Dodge, Videos by MrAngry | December 23rd, 2010 | 1 Response |

When I was a kid the only thing that I ever wanted to do was drive a car. Back then the driving age in New York State was 16 years old and hot damn if I wasn’t ready when my birthday hit. I remember taking drivers education, passing my drivers test on the first shot and then promptly wiping out my first car in a spectacular accident where thankfully, no one was hurt. I bring this up because at that age one simply does not have the experience behind the wheel of a car to foresee and or avoid potential problems. At 16 I thought I was a cross between Steve McQueen and Superman and as fate would have it, I turned out to be neither. This brings me to the above video. Here we see a few teenage kids apparently trying to do a little parking lot drifting in Mom’s Dodge Caliber. Unfortunately for them though a very large puddle intervenes, grabs the car and tosses it ass over end in what turns out to be a pretty violent crash. By the looks of it, no one got hurt. However I bet the kid that stole his Mom’s car got a righteous ass kicking when he got home.

Source: Streetfire.net

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  1. 68SportFury says:

    The first time it snowed after I got my license (January 1980), I took my ’67 Fury to an unplowed parking lot and got it loose a few times just to make sure I could recover from a skid, and that was it. I sure didn’t try anything as excessive as these guys did, though.
    I wonder when the driver in the clip will get his license back?