Last Call: One of the coolest drift lines I’ve ever seen

When you go to Formula Drift events, there are bound to be a few collisions. In most of these circumstances, the run usually falls apart for both drivers, unless you’re Chris Forsberg. In his lead run against Adam Lz, we saw his rear tire pop, and yet he continued the line with grace. The flames spat and for a second he looked like something out of Ghost Rider. It’s crazy to think of how much control is needed to take that hit and still keep the car at that great of an angle let alone finish the line at all. Big props to Chris Forsberg, it was one hell of a run.

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8 responses to “Last Call: One of the coolest drift lines I’ve ever seen”

  1. Zentropy Avatar

    Gotta admit, that was pretty cool.

  2. neight428 Avatar

    I could probably understeer into the grass. That level of control is impressive.

    1. Zentropy Avatar

      In all honesty, anyone with the ability to get into such a drift could have held it. It’s the inside tire, which isn’t carrying much weight anyway. Had it been the right rear I’m not sure anyone could have prevented a spinout.

  3. Sjalabais Avatar

    Did you know that this Soviet train with the turbines on the roof had them at the front, not the rear? Always assumed it was the other way around.

    That’s all.

    1. Vairship Avatar

      Keeps the roof nice and toasty in those Siberian winters!
      (And you’ll have your earmuffs on even in summer because of the deafening noise…)

      1. nanoop Avatar

        Noise was my first thought: how could he use a phone three feet away from the engines…

    2. 0A5599 Avatar

      Look at the location on aircraft. Usually in the “clean” air in front of any turbulence.

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        You make it sound like logic, when all I want is weird…

        [yes, good answer!]