Chris Forsberg won the Formula Drift Championship in 2009, was in the catbird seat to win it last year until the final race of the season and started this year's season with a win at Long Beach. That is how he can be provide the example for Clarion USA's tagline, "Dream like a champion."

In this three-minute video for the audio components manufacturer, Forsberg gives up the race suit for a corporate suit, then takes time out of his commute to think about what he'd rather be doing. In a 1975 Nissan 280Z with a turbocharged 2.0-liter Skyline RBDET20 engine. We're sure this has never happened to any of you before.

You can watch how dream begins – and suddenly ends – in the video below.



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      thedriveatfive
      • 1 Year Ago
      Very Entertaining!
      Rochester
      • 1 Year Ago
      What I took away from this video is that he really, really regrets getting a slushbox in that 370Z, and daydreams about driving a car with a proper transmission. Poor guy.
      sfblog
      • 1 Year Ago
      L Series > RB any day.
        smirbs
        • 1 Year Ago
        @sfblog
        Pshhhh The Rb is the fully developed L series, Not to mention its the closest to a S20 most of use will get to
          sfblog
          • 1 Year Ago
          @smirbs
          If I were ever to ruin a s30 or s130 Z by putting an RB in it, it would be NA with ITB's. I'll stick with The L Series. Plenty of people have mastered it and make 350+ NA power which is more than enough. Datsun spirit, rebello, OS Giken, etc... Not to mention faaaaaar better looking and period correct under the hood.
      Brian Reichert
      • 1 Year Ago
      RB20DET*
      superlightv12
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm old school. I cringe when I see some idiot destroy a nice vintage Japanese car for this "sport". These cars are only original once. After they are bastardized by these idiots, they usually end up as junk being sold on Craigslist. Just try and find a clean, low mileage, all original Eclipse, Stealth, 240SX, Datsun 510, 3000GT etc., etc. Too many retards have "modded" them, painted them flat black with black wheels, and then junked them after replacing drive train components multiple times.
        Jaclock LaGlock
        • 1 Year Ago
        @superlightv12
        I almost agree with you. However, I'm not against modding, I'm just against people who mod poorly.
          superlightv12
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Jaclock LaGlock
          I agree. If I owned a vintage sports car (and I AM looking) I may do small mods that are reversible to personalize the car. Improve what needs to be improved, but don't mess with what doesn't.
      MotionDesigner
      • 1 Year Ago
      This doesn't want me to buy Clarion speakers or radio. The music was actually distracting from the engine noise.
      gary
      • 1 Year Ago
      Love the old-school helmet! Nice touch.
      Bernard
      • 1 Year Ago
      I want a 280Z now...
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