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The Drift King Keiichi Tsuchiya's Drift Bible: A Complete Guide to Drifting (2003)

In three distinct segments, Keiichi Tsuchiya demonstrates the six basic forms of drifting (E-Brake, Shift Lock, Power Over, Braking, Feint & Lift-Off), how to practice these driving ... See full summary »

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In three distinct segments, Keiichi Tsuchiya demonstrates the six basic forms of drifting (E-Brake, Shift Lock, Power Over, Braking, Feint & Lift-Off), how to practice these driving techniques, and how best to tune a car for drifting and drift-racing. Keiichi also demonstrates his skill in a variety of cars, including, the AE86 Trueno (Toyota Corolla GT-S), the S13 Silvia (Nissan first-generation 240SX), the S14 Silvia (Nissan second-generation 240SX), and an SW20 (Toyota first-generation MR2). Afterwards, Best Motoring International adds in a 10-minute video of footage from the 2003 SEMA show. An invaluable tool to anyone who is interested in the growing automotive trend of drifting. Written by Nathan J Rossberg

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A number of professional drifting drivers have in the past stated that they have used the "Drift Bible" video to teach themselves drifting including the 2001 D1 Grand Prix champion Nobuteru Taniguchi, 2007 champion Masato Kawabata and his teammate Atsushi Kuroi. See more »

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Very basic stuff, too basic.
7 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I got interested in this movie since I am into taking corners sideways with my car. Unfortunately it did not live up to my expectations. I give it a 4 since the information is OK for someone new to the subject, and detailed enough to get him drifting a little even with a car with weak engine. But to be a bible, it has to be useful even for skilled drifters. I feel like it somewhat misses its intended audience, since most people attracted to the title would have some experience I think.

/Best Regards Rick


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