Can you 4 wheel drift in a RWD car?

1 Answer:
  • Arvind Singh
    Rear wheel drive sports coupes were used for drifting for their dynamics, but nowadays where cars come with much more horsepower from factories and give more options to the driver to switch off stability control and other computerized aids , it makes 4wd drifting possible.17 feb 2022
  • How do you calculate maximum cornering speed?

    Part of a video titled Cornering Speed - Tires and Downforce - YouTube
    The weight plus the down force. Times the radius of the turn divided by the mass of the vehicle.MoreThe weight plus the down force. Times the radius of the turn divided by the mass of the vehicle.
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