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post #11 of 28 Old 23rd September 2011, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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The video Dan put up speaks volumes about how different things can be in other parts of the world. I bet we all know what the school bus driver was saying … ugg
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post #12 of 28 Old 23rd September 2011, 08:59 PM
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Wow, what a video.

We can clearly see both passenger and driver ejected off the car, both landed and bounced off the ground.

I wonder if they survived that crash.

Yes, I highly recommend you folks take the BMW CCA puget sound driving class / car control clinic.
I assure you you will learn a lot and will have fun.

Now is also a good time to find a great deal on a helmet as you will need one for the clinic.
Lots of great deal on helmets on Craigslist and eBay.

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no comment on Dan's video. .they're indeed have a mad skills, but what were they thinking!!!
I hope they're not ended up like this

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Regarding BMW CCA, too bad that the last events was done last September 5th, so we might need to wait for next year guys

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Here are some shorts clips of the same event. These ones didnt turn out so well.

I guess they dont regard life over there are precious as we do.

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Here are some shorts clips of the same event. These ones didnt turn out so well.

I guess they dont regard life over there are precious as we do.
Holy Smokes, like it or not, those dudes in your first video can drive. Most of the times going off the road into a dirt, or spinning a car backwards, or 360 degrees is disconcerting, but not for these guys. What a freakin' mess to have that on public streets.

The biggest shock was to see that they were doing all of this in a HONDA ACCORD!!!!

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Exactly right Mark.

Although we do not condone nor support those type of dangerous acts they do on public streets, and we can all agree they are super crazy guys - we have to admit, those crazy dudes can drift! We gotta give them that.

They can drift side ways, turn 180, turn 360, go straight and go again! And they can drive backwards too at high speed. Damn.

And yes, the biggest kicker is they were driving Honda Accords!

They must have superchargers or NOX on their engines.

On the last 2 minutes of the first video, they actually have the video camera inside their car.
You can see how violent the car gets going fast then do twist and turns and drifts.

I heard they are so rich over there that once the car breaks they just go buy another one.
They dont fix them anymore.


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Holy Smokes, like it or not, those dudes in your first video can drive. Most of the times going off the road into a dirt, or spinning a car backwards, or 360 degrees is disconcerting, but not for these guys. What a freakin' mess to have that on public streets.

The biggest shock was to see that they were doing all of this in a HONDA ACCORD!!!!

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Ha, break it and go get a new one. The dealer must love them, I would imagine that they break them in a couple of months doing that stuff. We wouldn't have it on our streets, can you imagine some guy drift-passing you on the emergency shoulder kicking up grass and gravel at 80 mph?

You are right, backwards, sideways, nothing seems to faze them. All while not hitting the curb, or a pole, or other cars. Although your other video's show the less than perfect runs!

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What? They had their emergency flashers on..... If only the streets of Reston, Va were wider.. *sigh*..

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Here are some shorts clips of the same event. These ones didnt turn out so well.

I guess they dont regard life over there are precious as we do.


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I don't know whats worse, driving like that or being stupid enough to stand beside the road like a bowling pin waiting to be taken out ...
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I don't know whats worse, driving like that or being stupid enough to stand beside the road like a bowling pin waiting to be taken out ...
And that mad car is sure good at delivery Strikes.
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