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It is also believed to be the primary model used in the famous drifting scenes of the film.
More than half (51 per cent) of drivers have experienced another motorist drifting into their lane on a motorway or dual carriageway in the last year.
We have had great trips drifting for Spanish mackerel, especially during autumn.
There will be a number of these machines for hire for anyone who wishes to try drifting on a slower scale.
Aside from drivers, drifting mechanics and tuners as well have also shown they can hold their own in the global stage.
The Nissan Z is a very popular car in the drifting scene and this new record is yet another proof on the ability of this car to make drifting look so easy.
Nissan Middle East has set a new Guinness World Records title for the longest twin vehicle drifting as two Nissan Z cars drifted around a track at the same time without stopping for 28.
Want to feel the excitement of drifting without being behind the wheel?
The competition itself took place on a special track, designed by Lebanese rally champion and Red Bull athlete Abdo Feghali, which would bring out the best drifting techniques.
The Drifting activity meanwhile, will take place at an especially-prepared course on-site.
It may not be as exciting as the car chases on television, but the sound of screeching tires and the plumes of smoke have certainly given car drifting a thrilling edge.
Drifting is one of the many sports that are too niche for regular TV coverage but that are finding big audiences on the web.