• Jun 17th 2006 at 9:08AM
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Whether you call it drifting and do it with a Nissan Silvia or powersliding and perform it in a Corvette Z06, maintaining control of your car in a state of extreme oversteer is not an easy thing to do. Miguel sent us a link to this YouTube video in which Tiff Needell, ex-host of the BBC's Top Gear tellie program and current presenter on the show Fifth Gear, teaches a member of the British Special Air Service (SAS) how to powerslide a BMW M3. Having performed every mistake in the book while attempting to powerslide, we found Tiff's tips to be worded well and very helpful. Check it out, you might learn something.

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      • 9 Years Ago
      every day you learn something...

      but this is one of those things that actually make you get a chick and make yo a god among your pals.

      • 9 Years Ago
      Sweet video. It's always ncie to watch other real-world drivers having fun and learning about vehicle dynamics, rather than only watching the pros who make it look easy (and make most of us look like ham-fisted idiots).
      • 9 Years Ago
      It'd be nice if the people who post these videos could get the aspect ratio right. Is that too much to ask?
      • 9 Years Ago
      This is the kind of show I want to buy on the iTunes video store. Not stuff I can get on DVD already or in the future, but things I won't be able to get on dvd ever.
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