Let me preface this post by saying that I can’t drift. When I had my e30 I could get the ass out a little bit but actually holding a sustained controlled drift in anything other than snow? Not really.
Why? Well to be frank I didn’t want to ball up my car like the individuals in this post.
10. FWD doesn’t work (unless you’re this guy)
There are a ton of fwd drift fails on YouTube but this one is pretty much straight to the point. An e-brake initiated romp into a pole in less than 30 seconds.
9. Snap Oversteer
This isn’t a drift at all but it’s still a pretty big fail, and perhaps one of the most memorable examples of snap over steer (and erroneous correction) since the famous MR-2 crash from 2000 and some odd.
Poor Lexus. Prius is expendable.
8. F-the Police
This one starts off pretty bad ass, and if the driver had actually got away in the end he would be forever heralded as an Internet legend.
Sadly it seems like cartoons are wrong (again) and circling the same object over and over is actually a pretty piss poor way to avoid someone who is pursuing you.
7. Look Ma One Hand!
Looking back I bet the driver wishes he had both hands on the wheel.
I hope the guy standing behind the pole went out and bought a lotto ticket immediately after this. Pole saved his life.
6. Entry Speed
Have to commend this driver for having one of the highest entry speeds in this entire post. He was completely committed to the drift, until it went horribly, horribly wrong.
At least if he gets the kit fixed he only had to pay to paint it once. I wonder if the guy behind him was any better?
5. Bucking Bronco
Can’t really fault the owner of this e30. He took his car to the track (which is the safest place to learn) but unfortunately for him his track of choice seems to use speed bumps in it’s run off area.
4. Cruise Control
This one is bad and if I recall the driver was fairly injured after getting run over by his own car.
I wasn’t going to post it at first but it does give an opportunity the successful rendition (with two e30s no less!) beneath it.
2. Competition Worthy
This is the only video of the bunch where the driver actually displays an incredible amount of skill, it’s just kind of misguided.
I’m not going to preach and say that I’ve never witnessed, or appreciated, streeting but this is a little excessive.
According to the owners of the video Giorgi (driver) ended up losing his license as someone reported him to the Police.
1. 30 Seconds Of Fame
The two main reoccurring themes in this post are poles and sadly e30s. This video has both.
According to a recent post on Jalopnik the owner had just finished saving for an S52 swap too. Divine intervention?
I’ve heard light standards are very expensive to pay to repair.
Hunting for new content and things to shoot. If you’ve got anything feel free to send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry about all the wrecked e30s. Here’s a super clean one from Montreal posted in April of 2011 to make up for it