Driver Performs the Craziest U-Turn Ever
A skilful lorry driver performs the craziest U-Turn ever next to a cliff edge in China. The lorry driver performed an extreme U-Turn after going the wrong way across a mountain pass. This is their...
Best car drift ever - YouTube
Nov 26, 2008 ... Police chase bikes, incredible drifting HDby ruipinto0774,778,358 views ... Forza Motorsport 5 | Drift Build | 1,000 Horsepower GMC Sycloneby ...
Forza Motorsport 4 Drifting - YouTube
Oct 15, 2011 ... Having fun drifting in Forza 4 at the Top Gear Test Track. I didn't make the liverie but I do like having some of my drift cars sporting replicas from ...
Awesome Drift Racing - YouTube
Feb 18, 2011 ... Please LIKE/FAVE/SHARE** Thanks to everyone for helping this video reach more than 300 likes and over 100k views! Insane Drift racing ...
Overtaking
Overtaking or passing is the act of one vehicle going past another slower moving vehicle, travelling in the same direction, on a road. The lane used for overtaking another vehicle is almost always a p...
Approved Driving Instructor
Approved Driving Instructor (or ADI) is a UK term for a trainer of car driving who has been tested and registered by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA). UK law requires driving instructors be thus qu...
Pass Plus
Pass Plus Scheme commonly referred to as Pass Plus is a scheme run in the United Kingdom aimed at young drivers who have recently passed the standard driving test, which helps to give drivers the conf...
Doughnut (driving)
Jean Ragnotti performs a doughnut at the exhibition on Masaryk Circuit within 2010 World Series by Renault in Brno.A doughnut or donut is a maneuver performed while driving a vehicle. Performing thi...
Rat running
Rat running, cut-through driving or shortcut, is using secondary roads, cemetery roads, or residential side streets instead of the intended main roads in urban or suburban areas. People do it to avoid...
Advanced driving test
The advanced driving test is a special exam for motorists who can drive to a skill level substantially above average, and candidates who passed are called advanced drivers. Advanced driving originate...
Vehicle dynamics
Vehicle dynamics refers to the dynamics of vehicles, here assumed to be ground vehicles. Vehicle dynamics is a part of engineering primarily based on classical mechanics.This article applies primarily...
Racing line
In racing sports, the racing line is the route that must be taken in order to minimize the time taken to complete the course. When analyzing a single corner, the optimum line is one that minimizes the...
Radio-controlled drifting
Competition for radio-controlled drifting in Bienal do Automóvel exhibition, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.Radio-controlled drifting refers to the act of drifting with a radio-controlled car (R/C car). ...
Brake test
A brake test is a term used in motorsport. A driver is said to brake test another driver when the two are driving very close together and the front driver deliberately brakes very hard, causing the se...
Left-foot braking
Left-foot braking is the technique of using the left foot to operate the brake pedal in an automobile, leaving the right foot dedicated to the throttle pedal. It contrasts with the practice of using t...
Weight transfer
Weight transfer and load transfer are two expressions used somewhat confusingly to describe two distinct effects: the change in load borne by different wheels of even perfectly rigid vehicles during a...
Pittsburgh left
The Pittsburgh left is a colloquial term for the driving practice of the first left-turning vehicle taking precedence over vehicles going straight through an intersection, associated with the Pittsbur...
Powershifting
Powershifting, also known as full-throttle shifting or flat-shifting, (not to be confused with speed-shifting) is a method of shifting used with manual transmissions to reduce the time where the drivi...
Stall (engine)
A stall of an engine refers to a sudden stopping of the engine turning, usually brought about accidentally.It is commonly applied to the phenomenon whereby an engine abruptly ceases operating and stop...
Three-point turn
The three-point turn is the standard method of turning a vehicle around to face the opposite direction using forward and reverse gears in a limited space. This is typically done when the road is too n...
Fishtailing
Fishtailing (also called "tank slapping") is a vehicle handling problem which occurs when the rear wheels lose traction, resulting in oversteer. This can be caused by low friction surfaces (sand, grav...
Lift-off oversteer
Lift-off oversteer (also known as snap-oversteer, trailing-throttle oversteer, throttle off oversteer, or lift-throttle oversteer) is a form of oversteer in automobiles that occurs while cornering wh...
Reversing (vehicle maneuver)
A two-trailer vehicle driving backwardsReversing (also known as backing up) is the process of driving a vehicle in the reverse direction in order to maneuver. Rear view mirrors are standard equipme...
Driveline shunt
Driveline shunt occurs when a vehicle gives an abrupt jolt while coming on or off overrun or freewheel. It is caused when the gearbox or other transmission linkages do not immediately relay changes in...
Bootleg turn
A bootleg turn is a driving maneuver intended to reverse the direction of travel of a forward-moving automobile by 180 degrees in a minimum amount of time while staying within the width of a two-lane ...
Heel-and-toe
Heel-and-toe shifting is a driving technique used mostly in performance driving, although some drivers use it on the road in everyday conditions in the interest of effectiveness. It involves operating...
Handbrake turn
The handbrake turn is a driving technique used to deliberately slide a car sideways, either for the purpose of negotiating a very tight bend quickly, or for turning around well within the vehicle's ow...
Double clutch
Double clutch may refer to:
Defensive driving
The standard Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations, ANSI/ASSE Z15.1, defines defensive driving as "driving to save lives, time, and money, in spite of the conditions around you and the actions o...