Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally sliding the rear side of the car (oversteers), while maintaining control from entry to exit of a corner.
Drifting as a sport
Drifting has evolved into a competitive sport where drivers compete in rear-wheel-drive cars, to earn points from judges based on various factors such as speed, drift angle and line taken through set of corners. At the top levels of competition, the D1 Grand Prix in Japan pioneered the sport. Others such as Formula D in the United States and King of Europe in Europe, have come along to further expand it into a legitimate motor sport worldwide.
About MYWAY Drift School
Located in a private airport in Budapest, Hungary, MYWAY Drift School offers an experience of extreme and fun drift vacations, where drivers are exposed to the world of DRIFTING.
From "Just for fun" drift thrill or until becoming a licensed DRIFT racer, the School drift courses are conducted in a professional and safe environment where you learn and practice the DRIFT driving sports and techniques, including a 40,000sqm of tarmac training pad, PRO. DRIFT cars, professional drift instructors, spare tires, mechanical services and a welcoming hospitality in a cozy facility.
As a professional drift racing team, MYWAY Drift School offers full support of background services, to school graduates and other Pro. drifters who would like to compete in drift competition series all over Europe.
MYWAY Drift School was established in 2008 by Efrat Hoffman and Adam Frank, two professional Drifters and experienced driving instructors.
About the DRIFT Cars
MYWAY Drift School chose BMW 3 series E46 chassis to be the best light-weight platform for its professional drift machines.
All cars have been fully fabricated for pro drifting in a specialized workshop and include:
330HP tuned V8 BMW engines
62 degrees steering angle systems
Short ratio locked differentials
Hydraulic e brakes
Safety equipment such as roll-bars, racing bucket seats and harnesses and fire extinguishing systems
With 2.7 million visitors per year, a vibrant nightlife, lots of restaurants, beautiful architecture and rich history, Budapest is one of Europe's most delightful and enjoyable cities, so no wonder it is nicknamed "Paris of the East".
"boo-dah-pesht" is divided into 2 major parts, Buda- The area west from the Danube and Pest - The area east from the Danube and most known for its pulsating city atmosphere.
Budapest offers a rather high quality vacation for a reasonable budget in terms of culture, cuisine, active nightlife and general 'vibe' is comparable to other major European cities while prices are lower.
Budapest is the perfect combination of rich history and the ultra-modern and is the ideal backdrop for your next extreme drift vacation. So what are you waiting for?
For more information on Budapest: http://www.budapest.com