The sport of drifting involves drivers attempting the kinds of speed turns that would give an ordinary person a heart attack. And when it gets cold and the roads freeze over, it is something akin to ice-dancing
“You grab your last cash, and buy the hoses, pipes…”, Fyodor Vorobyev told RTD. “But when you get behind the wheel and drive - that’s when you realize it’s all worth it.”
Vorobyev competes in the Russian Drift Series, which is no ordinary race. The cars compete in pairs, and the only means of moving forward is controlled drifting
RTD joined the three racers on a journey from Moscow to Vladivostok to find out how the racers find the guts to blow so much money and free time on cars that could turn into scrap metal in a matter of seconds.
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