Insane 190-mph drift is, not surprisingly, a new world record

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 11:44 PM

The insane 190-mph, 30-degree drift took space at the 1.86-mile-long Fujairah International Airport air strip. Nissan stepped exterior its normal Nismo tuning for this monstrous supercar and approached aftermarket tuning giant GReddy.

Heavily modified 1.380-hp, rear-drive GT-R is a drifting monster

With Japanese drift winner Masato Kawabata behind the wheel, a heavily modified Nissan GT-R broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest recorded drift. The insane 190-mph, 30-degree drift took space at the 1.86-mile-long Fujairah International Airport air strip.

Nissan stepped exterior its normal Nismo tuning for this monstrous supercar and approached aftermarket tuning giant GReddy. The Japan-based tuner managed to squeeze 1.380 hp out of the GT-R and performed extensive drift tests at Japan’s Fuji Speedway. Despite the rounds of practice, the GReddy also prepped the Nissan on-site for three days prior to the record attempt.

The record replaces Jakub Przygoński’s respectable 135.44-mph sideways speed, set in two thousand-thirteenth, and adds to a growing list of drift-related Nissan records. Though the new record is mind-bendingly impressive, we wish Nissan made an attempt with its NV Cargo. After all, Chris Forsberg already showed us someone can drift it.

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