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pDrifting came to us from Japan originally.nbsp; The Formula DRIFT series in the U.S. began in 2004.nbsp; Since then, thousands of fans have come to love drifting as much as I do.nbsp; 87% of Formula Drift enthusiasts are between the ages of 19-24 and 25-35.nbsp; Unfortunately, I#39;m a little older than the average fan, but I love it nonetheless.nbsp; Thought you would like to know some cool websites that are all about drifting:/ppa href="http://www.driftlive.com/"www.driftlive.com/a/ppa href="http://www.everythingdrift.com/"www.everythingdrift.com/a/ppa href="http://www.thedriftzone.com/"www.thedriftzone.com/a/ppa href="http://www.urbanracer.com/"www.urbanracer.com/a/ppa href="http://www.riceboytv.com/"www.riceboytv.com/a/ppEnjoy all the awesome videos and have a great Thanksgiving!/pimg src="http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/cs/aggbug.aspx?PostID=486" width="1" height="1"

 

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