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Drifters like to think they’re on the fringe of the Mainstream, fighting to stick it to the man and legitimize their sport. These folks who can rip around a corner sideways in their Honda Civics, we’d like to see ’em try their hand at negotiating this bruiser through a turn.

It’s not the same, of course, but just wait. A short time from now you’re going to start seeing timed tractor-drifting events — and then, quietly, a league will pop up and rednecks will be getting sponsorship deals.

Redneck Tractor Drifting [YouTube]


9 Responses to It’s Just Cool: Tractor Drifting

  1. Ben Marvin says:

    Being FWD, a Civic does not make for a proper drift car. Just sayin.

  2. PeterP says:

    I’d watch it. Put it on ESPN 8!

  3. Sean O'Hara says:

    LOl, yeah I should have said Toyota Corrolla

  4. Ben76 says:

    Ben Marvin FTW! That’s why I love this site! Go Bens!

  5. Shopmonger says:

    Actually they use civics thye just modify them for rear drive… really easy to do with transaxle………..

    Even better a Suby with no front or limited front drive

  6. heywoodj says:

    why bother with a civic when you can use an old celica gts, nissan *silvia* (240) or other rear-wheel car that doesn’t require such pain in modding??

    just asking…

  7. Sean says:

    Wow, using the independent rear breaks on a tractor to slide in the mud. hardly exciting, hard difficult, hardly cool. way to give an idiot some face time.

  8. Sean says:

    Sorry, Not mud, rather wet cow or hog shit.

  9. Elliot Lake says:

    With implements down, can’t be done. With the back blade up and a couple inches of ice on the road when you’re plowing snow, can hardly be avoided. Even with chains on and tires loaded with calcium.

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