Rear engine cars were not meant to be driven this way

Drifting a rear engine car takes a bit more skill than your average drift missile. Even more skill is required when said rear engine car is set up for shaving seconds off lap times instead of shaving rubber off tires. That being said, the driver of this Porsche 911 GT3 RS has skill to spare.

The GT3 RS is a legitimate 200 mph track tuned car that starts at $175k. It is not usually the vehicle of choice for drifters. But, as the video says, "There is no proper way."

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