how to make a car drift?

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To make a car drift, you need to lose traction in the rear wheels while turning. This can be done by driving a rear-wheel drive car and oversteering, or by increasing the power to the rear wheels while turning. There are several techniques you can use to initiate a drift, such as the “feint” method or the “brake-throttle” method. Once the car is drifting, you can control the direction and angle of the drift by using the throttle, brakes, and steering. It’s important to practice drifting in a controlled environment, such as a track or a deserted parking lot, and to always prioritize safety.

The “feint” method is a technique used to initiate a drift in a rear-wheel drive car. To perform a feint drift, the driver oversteers and quickly counter steers in the opposite direction, causing the rear wheels to lose traction and the car to begin sliding. This technique can be used at low speeds and requires precise timing and control of the steering, throttle, and brakes. Here’s a step-by-step guide to performing a feint drift:

  1. Approach a corner at a moderate speed and begin turning the steering wheel in the direction of the turn.
  2. As the car begins to turn, quickly turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction and apply a small amount of throttle.
  3. The car should begin to oversteer and the rear wheels will lose traction.
  4. As the car begins to slide, countersteer in the direction of the turn and use the throttle to control the angle and direction of the drift.

It’s important to practice this technique in a controlled environment, such as a track or deserted parking lot, and to always prioritize safety. Drifting can be dangerous and should not be attempted on public roads.

The “brake-throttle” method is a technique used to initiate a drift in a rear-wheel drive car. To perform a brake-throttle drift, the driver applies the brakes and quickly transitions to the throttle, causing the rear wheels to lose traction and the car to begin sliding. This technique can be used at higher speeds and requires precise timing and control of the brakes, throttle, and steering. Here’s a step-by-step guide to performing a brake-throttle drift:

  1. Approach a corner at a high speed and begin turning the steering wheel in the direction of the turn.
  2. As the car enters the turn, apply the brakes firmly to shift weight to the front wheels and cause the rear wheels to lose traction.
  3. Quickly transition from the brakes to the throttle and apply a small amount of power to the rear wheels.
  4. The car should begin to slide, and you can use the throttle to control the angle and direction of the drift.
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