While the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is normally host to screaming Formula One cars and streaking MotoGP bikes, drift master Vaughn Gittin Jr. had something else in mind for this classic European racing venue: shredding the 3,200 feet of its turns 3 and 4.
"I have never been at a sustained angle for that long in my 14-years of drifting," Gittin said. "In order to link turn 3 to 4, I had to go over the curbing and use all of the available runoff. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to get crazy on the epic Barcelona circuit."
Gittin will build and sell street-legal Mustang RTRs, beginning Nov. 1, according to Ford Performance.