interesting, especially since anyone, including a 16 year old can drift in a car. all it takes is enough horsepower to overcome tire grip, and with four fat tires planted firmly on the ground, there is a lot more room to overcome mistakes and make on-the-fly adjustments to keep the car continuesly in its power-slide. However, try that with a motorcycle, and see how forgiving even a slight mistake is, including high-siding once your tire obtains sufficient enough grip to throw you clear across the track while your bike goes tumbling end over end, leaping over fences and guard rails, imitating a gaselle running from a pack of lions.
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