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    Default All Renaults can DRIFT....easy

    Check this out for front wheel drive cars



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    Hey that's quite inventive.

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    I thought everyone new that trick. it was around back when I got my license
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    I thought everyone new that trick. it was around back when I got my license
    Yea me too, we called it McDrifting. Used to do laps in the carpark with the Fuego when the 'restaurant' closed, and the manager would provide prizes of burgers that should have been chucked.

    OR if you want your Renault to drift, get a rear engine beastie. No handbrake required.
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    maybe I'm not as ancient as some....

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    Though I have seen this trick before, I was impressed on the drifting technique of this guy

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    Not possible in a DS, GS, CX, BX, XM or Xantia though
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    Quote Originally Posted by UFO View Post
    Not possible in a DS, GS, CX, BX, XM or Xantia though
    True Craig. But then at least half of those can 3-wheel which no correctly sprung Renault can do....

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    and, typically for mcdonald's patrons, he didnt put the frigging trays back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander View Post
    and, typically for mcdonald's patrons, he didnt put the frigging trays back!
    Yes I noticed that too. Bastarde
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