…is the commonly-used term for matching the speed of the engine to that of the transmission when downshifting 1. Apply the brake with the ball of your right foot 2. Depress the clutch pedal with your left foot 3. Place your hand on the gear lever 4. Rotate your right foot counter-clockwise by pushing your heel away from you, then “blip” the throttle with the right edge of your right foot by rolling your foot down and to the right, while still applying even pressure to the brake pedal 5. At the same as the throttle blip, move the gear selector into the lower gear 6. Release the clutch pedal quickly
…a slow side-to-side faint like drift where the rear end sways back and forth down a strait.
…push the clutch pedal on approach or during the turn in to a corner. The clutch is “popped” to give a sudden jolt through the driveline to upset rear traction, causing the power wheels to slip. Drifting is maintained by balancing the throttle.
…To start drifting using the throttle, this is performed when entering a corner and using the accelerator to slip the rear wheels, producing heavy oversteer through the turn. You will often need a lot of horsepower to make this happen.
…trail braking into a corner. Loss of grip is obtained and then balanced through steering and throttle motions.
E-Brake Drift; (I don’t believe in this kind)
…This drifting technique is very basic, pull the E-Brake or side brake to induce rear traction loss and balance drift through steering and throttle play. This can also be used to correct errors or fine tune drift angles. Main drift technique used in FWD vehicles