Drifting normally involves a extremely tuned version of an otherwise pedestrian car, though there are exceptions, of course. Ferraris are typically not included in the drifting world and are most often seen taking tight turns around circuits and catching high speed in straight lines. But, in Japan's automotive scene, all bets are off. The camera behind Nori Yaro, a website and YouTube channel dedicated to the Japanese car culture, was recently at the 2015 Supercar Sound Festival at Ebisu Circuit. It was here that high-powered exotics from around the world sounded off around the track, while some drift-capable cars went on sideways adventures.
(Also Read: Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Engine Sounds)One of these drift cars just so happened to be a Ferrari 360 Modena, a car you wouldn't expect a drifter to go all out in. Alexi of Nori Yaro actually had the chance to do a ride-along in this Arios 360 Modena while it took a lap. Check out the video below to see how to drift a Ferrari and also check out our Ferrari 360s for sale on duPontREGISTRY.com.
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