In complete contrast to almost "all" other Nürburgring-Nordschleife enthusiasts, Driftstar was a star Vaughn Gittin Jr. kürzlich CAN'T on the hunt for a best time in the green hell. He probably only partially hit the ideal line, but burned a lot of rubber and covered the entire racetrack in white smoke. And why? Because Vaughn Gittin Jr. had decided to "drift" the almost 21 km! He used his for that known 900PS Ford Mustang RTR from Ford Performance. By the way, Vaughn is the first rider ever to have rocked the entire route in lateral mode.
And that has it's reason! Normally, deliberate drifting on the Nordschleife is prohibited - but apparently an exception has been made for Gittin Jr. The Vortech compressor-optimized 5,0-liter V8 in the Mustang was of course the ideal prerequisite for the event. The engine ensured that even at the maximum achieved top speed of 241 km / h there was still a lot of smoke in the wheel arch and the drift was not really interrupted. You can find the full video of the ride on the cannonball, during which Gittin Jr. said he was afraid several times, here:
- Base: Ford Mustang S550
- extreme steering angle possible
- V8 - Aluminum - Block Roush Yates 436ci engine
- Charging by turbocharger
- about 900PS
- Motorsport - Gearbox (Dog-Box)
- Weight 2.800 pounds (1270 kg)
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