Raw inboard drifting from Gatebil Mantorp Raw inboard drifting video from last weekend! Top speed when I hit the limiter at the end of the main straight is around 255 km/h. Mindblown by this new engine! ...
Ståle Bøgvald SvindlandMaxing out last gear at 255km/h
"this is a good time to pull the handbrake"
#Driftlogic4 days ago · 176
Mandy WollersheimYou are such an awesome driver and an even more awesome person. You are so humble and caring and I feel so damn secure in your presence. Once again thank you very much for the ride along at Gatebil. It was my biggest dream in life that you made come true 😍😄
Just look at your face and how happy you always are 😍 Thank you for being so freaking awesome 😎👊4 days ago · 42
Domenik Sieberi think it's good for the sport from a competitive angle.
But with FIA on board, for sure its going to be a cheque book race and the rules are gettin even harder with even stricter regulations.
at all, the sport moves away from the cool and badass roots of drifting :(4 days ago · 7
Martin DCSurely they would have got some well experience people from within the drifting world, in order to make everything as good as it can be??!
And surely, being the FIA, this will be the highest ranked title to win - GO FOR IT Fredric & Olayota :D4 days ago · 3
Erik Ealoken LøkenPros- It might be one rulebook to build a car, with the help from FD, FIA, DA, Gatebil etc., to simplify how a car needs to be.
Cons. Prices on the car will be high, and many cars will probably not be eligible from older mods.
Pros 2: Since it`s FIA, it might be easier to get sponsorships for the series and to give the series the professionalism lift it needs for people not watching drifting.
Pros 2: How to judge is a personal Mather, and since it is not to finish first, but in style, how can that be judged similar?
I love the interest from FIA and how the sport is evolving, but what is the end game and goal?4 days ago · 1
Skyers Naik-ReadI like the idea but at the same time they could just end up watering the sport down with pointless rules and regulations. A big corporation like the FIA could also end up making the sport harder to get into for less wealthy drivers and teams. The whole point of drifting is to be able to express yourself behind the wheel and not have to spend half a million a year to be able to do so. We can only hope for the best.4 days ago · 2
Bradley ArmstrongI like the idea, however my main concern would I religiously go and watch pro level racing formula D every year at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, We. My concern is that the best people such as yourself, Vaughn and other top athletes may not be at formula D competitions because you are off in a different country playing the international circuit for more recognition and new opportunities etc... :/4 days ago
Barry YoungfieldThis is such fantastic news! It's great to get recognition to a motorsport that so many people have been dedicated to perfecting this motorsport. Great time for drifters worldwide!3 days ago
Zvonimir Belićthat could be nice if noot too regulated. engine size, boost, tire size, turbo size,,,they are not "nice" to other sports so we will se4 days ago · 5
270 km/h wheel speed and a tire set lasted about 15 seconds. I've never had a better car for this type of contest! A huge thanks to Erik, Jonus, Ole and all of our partners for taking the 86-X to the next level! ...