As such, we get to see the aficionado behind the wheel approaching the turn at moderate speed and relying on the momentum of the car to initiate the slide rather than trying to apply power-on oversteer.
However, once the posterior of the Fezza is out, the one behind the wheel steps on the gas to keep things sideways. And we have to admit the resulting slip angles are respectable. Heck, there's even enough tire smoke for this to qualify as an all-out drifting stunt.
The action takes place in the high part of Italy, with this being the Giau Pass in the Dolomites.
As for the one linking the steering wheel to the pedals, we're talking about an aficionado who calls himself Powerslide Lover.
The man enjoys staying true to his nickname and we constantly bring you tail-out adventures from him. And we'll remind you not all of these involve machines that were built for sliding.
For instance, here's a drift comparison that involves the Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder and the new Mercedes-AMG G63 (can you try to guess which of the two machines was the better dancer? Keep in mind that the shenanigan took place on snow and ice).
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