i want to ask about the drift, so can any body tell me how to drift???!!!!

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Asked by Oct 10, 2009 at 03:18 AM about the BMW M3

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yeah first you learn to pulling the ebrake on the corner,(it would be better if your car is manual transmission and FR layout) First,acclerate off the line and then you brake and kick the clutch silmutanously with pulling the ebrake,when your car is going side ways,kick the clutch and then pull off the ebrake and then you slam on the gas when exiting the corner maybe it sounds pretty easy until you try it Happy Drifting!

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thx and u have to say to me enjoy drifting but both of them have the same meaning thxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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yeah its my pleasure to help you Althought in here i cant drifting but i know a bit about drifting :)

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That was one of the worst ways I've ever heard to drift.

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Order the "Drift Bible" DVD to hear and see some pretty good lessons It takes tons of practice, and I'm just a novice.

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ok first you want to go intto the corner not to fast in a high gear then u kick the cluch leave off the cluch and the back end will go out if it is fear wheel drive then u controle it with the throttel u want to counter steer as well and that is it dont crash lmao good luck

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