The Scandinavian Flick is a driving technique used mainly in rallying, but applicable in a number of racing disciplines, used to elicit some serious oversteer. There is much Scandinavian flicking going on in this professionally filmed video, shot on the closed roads of Norway.
This slidey action is courtesy of a heavily modified Toyota Cressida. Featuring work from Norway's Underground Garage and renamed "Shakotan," it sports a 2JZ-GE engine that's been liberated from the engine bay of a Toyota Supra. Shakotan is owned by Norwegian drifter Fredrik Sorlie, who just happens to be tossing the modded Cressida about. Take a look below for the entire video.