When you have a car that cost about the price of a house, the reasonable thing to do would be to drive it with care and caution; sure there's nothing wrong with having fun as well, but when you don't know how to drift a 500-something horsepower Lamborghini Gallardo - don't try to. Here we have a man who one day decides he has the ability to do such a thing, and ends up just sliding to a halt through the intersection. Maybe you could call this a partial drift, but its not necessarily a success either, as the man scrapes his Lamborghini's front end when he tries to turn around. The rest of the video is worth a watch as well, with amazement at what happened, and then a screaming Lambo trying to drift again. Enjoy.
Subaru Is Back - With Puma
Subaru has been out of YouTube's sights for quite some time now, especially ever since Ken Block dumped her for Ford. However, prepare for Subaru internet domination once more, because, nope, not DC Shoes, but athletic-wear company, Puma, has picked up the Subaru name, and will use three WRX hatches to compete in Rallycross, using two bike-riders, and a Swedish guy. Enjoy.
The Fahrradi FFX - A Masterpiece
The Fahrradi FFX. Though not one of the simpler car manufacturers to spell, its definitely one of the fastest - if not THE fastest. With intricate styling held together with passion and curves lining the fenders and body, along with what seems like over a thousand horsepower, this is one beast that you would not want to mess with, if you were a snail. Enjoy.
A Group Of Ferrari 599XX Evolutions At Monza
The Ferrari (note, not "Fahrradi") 599FXX Evolution. The little brother to the beyond-legendary, Enzo-based Ferrari FXX, it makes a noise that few cars in existence can match, and that even fewer ears will hear. Though a rarity among rarities, the 599FXX is seen here, along with many of its kind, lapping the also-legendary Italian racetrack known as "Monza". With ferocious, screaming downshifts, blindingly red, glowing brakes, it'd be reasonable to say that if you ever decide to become deaf, just listen to one of these. Enjoy.
E46 M3 Mountain Drift - Art, Not Drifting
You'd normally associate drifting with low-budget Nissan 240sx's, Miatas, and other low-powered, yet easily modifiable rear wheel drive cars, but here's something you won't see very often - an E46 M3. Cutting through mountain roads sideways, with smoke pouring from the tires almost endlessly, and more angle than a protractor, the sight of an E46 BMW M3 doing such things is no longer "drifting", its pure art.