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First time outside of New Zealand, Red bull Drifters came to Liverpool last Sunday and best of all they had a GT86 in the lineup.
 

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Wanted to go see this but couldn't get the time. GT86 looks great in that livery, would of liked to have seen MadMikes rotaries too.
 

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Hi guys,

That's right, my main man Fredric Aasbø DM'd me about him and his engineer for the 86-X he called 'Jane' coming over for this event.

His 86-X with switchable mapping can do 1,150bhp! But yep down to 900bhp for this event. Only.

I sent two friends over to enjoy themselves at the event, drifters Adam Ivell and Monky London:

Check out Adam's vlog and Monky's unofficial movie below:

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwQ2H_B1MOs[/ame]

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aC7ablxEluE[/ame]
 

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I was there and it was a great day!
Frederic Aasbo finished 3rd which is pretty good considering he had technical issues on his only practice run but he easily had the loudest car of the lot. A 2jz with Anti-lag is hard to beat, it probably gave quite a few people in the liverpool high street a scare as it sounded not far off gunfire.


Mad mike's run's were pretty good but his RX8 is probably my least favorite car of his and unfortunately he didn't do to well in the point standings.


Deane Kearney's Viper was mad as its a big old car for the space and It was good to see Piotr Wiecek and James Deane but I wasn't aware his FD RX7 from last season was running a Nissan SR20 of all things.


Got a few pictures while I was there:

 
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