DRIFT TENGOKU DVD: Vol. 52 preview

June 17, 2009 2:06 pm Published by

This one looks pretty interesting.

How to effectively drift the car in wet and dry conditions.
A Chuubu region Ikaten competition at Mizunami Circuit.
How a LSD works, and talks by D1 mechanics on how they set theirs up.
Team Green’s Guinness World Record attempt for the most number of cars doing donuts at the same time.

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9 Comments

  • Fury-S12 says:

    awe why dont they make english versions of these not being fluent in jap makes the technical bits pretty hard to get lol still enjoyable but english version would be awesome

    any more info on team green or that world record attempt alexi?

  • Muzaffar says:

    How many cars were there that attempted the record?

  • John says:

    Are these dvd’s compatible with U.S. spec dvd players?

  • Warren says:

    No english versions coz its not worth the cost for them!
    This edition looks really interesting, with all that tech talk!
    Isn’t Nakamura Naoki a judge on the video (he has the headset)?

  • Nigel says:

    Love the massive record attempt. Wonder how many people got dizzy and ran in to each other after it :)

  • Luke says:

    Wow that some super old video footage Murayama’s 180sx got stolen ages ago!!!! Poor bugger!

  • Jakob says:

    where can i get that dvd? alexi would you ship me one? :)

  • Alexi says:

    @Fury-S12 & Muzaffar
    Team Green is from Chiba, and I think the record was for 41 cars.

    @John
    They’re the same NTSC format and aren’t region-encoded, so I’d say they are.

    @Warren
    Yes, he would be.

    @Jakob
    Its possible, but would probably end up costing about $50 though.

  • s0apgun says:

    anyone else spot that hngloose sticker at 19 seconds?

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