SEMA: Domestics drift and make up
On Tuesday afternoon at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, journalists were treated to a lunch of Nathan's hotdogs, King Size Snickers and Pepsi, compliments of the Big 2.5: General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Daimler Chrysler. Weary journos scarfed down the free food at the Motor Trend proving grounds nestled in between two giant halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The after-lunch entertainment was a drifting exhibition featuring Samuel Hubinette's Viper drift car, Rhys Millen's Pontiac GXP drift car and a Ford Mustang GT drift car (not the official Ken Gushi racer, though). It was a great exhibition of drifting entertainment and wasn't competitive in the least. As a matter of fact, it was somewhat touching to see all three automakers get together on behalf of our hunger and stage this little display of solidarity, which we present to you in this web-based moving picture show. Photos after the jump.
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