The 2010 Korea RC Street Drift Challenge

I’ve always wanted to build a drift car because there’s something insanely great about going sideways and scaring the dress out of the passenger. The cost and concern for the environment (the smoke coming off the tires can’t be good for the air) has kept me going around corners without siding out the rear end. However, you can now satisfy your drifting needs in a much more cost effective and environmentally responsible way. Just buy a radio control drift car!

Once you’ve mastered the technics of drifting at 1/10 scale, you can show off your new found skills at the 2010 Korea RC Street Drift Challenge. The Challenge brings together the fast and the furious for a weekend of drifting mayhem that makes the real thing looks pretty tame. Watch the video and see for yourself.

25 thoughts on “The 2010 Korea RC Street Drift Challenge”

  1. That challenge seems awesome 😀

    1. When I saw first time I thought that these are real cars … but few seconds I saw that guys are standing … BOYYYY … these all are remote controlled cars … simply awesome.

      If I will take my son to this race than he will grab all cars and will tell me … lets go home … lollzzzz

    2. dotCOMreport says:

      Never even heard of a street drift challenge…this looks like its really fun.

    3. ikki says:

      im agree with you

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  3. fas says:

    Awesome, where can we get this?

  4. Very nice video,
    I love those cars…

  5. It was awesome, these days rc competitions are heavikly going amongst the youngsters only because of no risk only fun and fun.

    1. Yes … now all parents can be tension free.

      Simply love this video and specially the slow motion …

  6. Chase says:

    Haha! So awesome!

    Glad to see you enjoy drifting and the import scene! I’m a huge motorsports guy, and have driven and helped build several full-drift cars over the years, even had a few friends compete in D1 and other competitions.

    Brushless RC Cars + Hard Plastic Tires = Good Times

    Are you getting one of these? Or just bringing some drift awareness to the IM crowd? lol

  7. Dino Vedo says:

    Where is your affiliate link for this? Was just about to buy it.. :p

    1. I like your sense of humour … lollzzz

      1. PPC Ian says:

        Me too! 🙂 that’s a good one Dino.

  8. PPC Ian says:

    That is some awesome stuff. RC cars can be so much fun! 🙂

  9. this video remind me to fast and furious tokyo drift. LOL.. great video and sens of humor.. LOL

  10. They use the tops of spray paint cans for the tires. Makes em slick so they can drift

    1. John Chow says:

      You sure about that? They look like normal mini tires in the video. Those RC car motor can make up to 3HP. That’s like 3,000HP in real life. More than enough to break the tires loose at any speed. 🙂

      1. That’s true, they do probably have normal tires on these cars, because these guys are obviously really into it and don’t mind spending the money. But the tops of spray paint cans are ideal for those on a budget, or when it is time to practice.

  11. Kirk Taylor says:

    Unbelievably realistic looking. Wow, looks like fun…

  12. ikki says:

    the challenge seems awesome, nice cars

  13. It’s really a pleasure to go through your specially when RC street drift challenge template has happened. I like to see this challenge. Thanks

  14. Mon Macutay says:

    Wow! Really loved this video. Awesome. Am a toy lover, collector and photographer too.

    Sweet! Keep up the nice posts, John.

    More power and Happy New Year!

  15. Those cars are awesome. It makes you just want to go mini kart or drive for fun in a free circuit.

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