Sorry to the owner Bill Vander Velde for my horrific treatment of his EG6, but holy cow was it a riot to drive... I am absolutely not used to FWD at all, and I think it's pretty clear ha. Definitely should get a EG or EK to hone my skills some more, I'll see what I can do to make it happen...

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About Me:
Jackie Ding - 20 yrs.old Chinese race car driver, UMich Ann Arbor, AE86/S2000, 2016 F4 US Championship #86 Driver for Group-A Racing!

Music used in intro: Horizon feat. Erin Renee - Moog


    • Billiam the STIG
      Billiam the STIG

      Thank you again for driving my car man! I had a blast! Hopefully I’ll get her more dialed in soon!

      about 10 months ago
    • Wolfsschanze Music
      Wolfsschanze Music

      Drift at 2:12

      about 23 days ago
    • ibanezjcustomchan

      amazing driver horrible car

      about 1 month ago
    • Creeperboy and friends
      Creeperboy and friends

      Liftoff drifting a fwd sounds a lot more fun than an ordinary drift in rwd—
      Going full speed into a turn? Sounds fun

      about 1 month ago
    • Pedro D
      Pedro D

      this steering wheel has so much play that it should be in a dance competition

      about 2 months ago
    • makaveli shaman
      makaveli shaman

      Wow jackie you are a good FF driver too!

      about 5 months ago
    • Christian Turner
      Christian Turner

      For sure needs a bar up front, some drift is good on fwd but not that much.

      about 5 months ago
    • Michael Imperato
      Michael Imperato

      My 91 b13 sr20 turbo handles just like that plus tons of fun torque steer. 2100 pounds. Fwd 350 hp death trap. ☠️❤️

      about 6 months ago
    • Enjuku Miata
      Enjuku Miata

      You might have to get a little more comfortable with letting go of the steering wheel. And finding the right amount of counter steer I notice you grip the wheel fully in every possible sliding scenario. Where as most times than not, it's better to let the car self steer a little (in a slide, when it snaps the other way), as long as you put focus on throttle input. Because with cars that have proper Castor dialed on, they will auto correct the wheel straight (after it snaps back forward) as long as you let go of the wheel to an extent. When you put your hands back on the wheel, it won't be perfectly straight but you'll be able to feel how much closer it is to straight that way.
      Hope this makes sense. You just have to find that balance with each individual car because every car can have different degree of castor. It relates to castor mostly.

      I understand this wasn't your fault as it's not even your car, but i've noticed with your car which is a RWD, i notice you barely ever let your grip off of the steering wheel during a snap back moment in sliding, I think if you practice that some, it may be helpful overall in the longrun! Awesome driving man, love the channel too

      I also think you might be doing it the right way anyway because after all this is 70+110+mph speeds we're talking about, and all in all, it's important to just re-gain control. However I still think practicing that on a drift track will help your skill of regaining control! But you already do an amazing job. IDK CHEERS MAN

      about 8 months ago
    • matt zach
      matt zach

      Nice driving bro. 💪

      about 8 months ago
    • Amine Achir
      Amine Achir

      looks to me like the car is badly setup, maybe too much toe out in the rear ?

      about 9 months ago
    • wolfpac550

      Jackie if you drive my Ej1 you would forget about your S2k for a short time lol I love driving both

      about 10 months ago
    • mikel morgan
      mikel morgan

      Ayy bill

      about 10 months ago
    • Andreas Nikou
      Andreas Nikou

      Very nice videoo i really enjoyed it because I always was fwd car guy. I own ek9 typer and I am like in the opposite position hahaha, I know only how to drive well fwd and not vary good at rwd but my ek9 doesn't have that much oversteer.I don't know if it's because of the bars that type-r has from factory but I thing are other things that matter also as an original type-r, it handles really good. Anyway I am going to sell my car that I really love (and I am lucky to have in my country jdm) but it's time to move on and planing to get an s2000. really love them and your videos really enspire me and learning driving from them :) and I will also need practise when moving to rwd ;)

      about 10 months ago
    • Gabriel Gonzalez
      Gabriel Gonzalez

      Get one with a B18c or a k20a !

      about 10 months ago
    • gianni superspeed
      gianni superspeed

      Very very bad setup...

      about 10 months ago
    • MidnightEightSix

      Giggling like a school girl all the way through! Haha! Great video mate.

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to MidnightEightSix

      Haha, something about these older cars man... wait til you see the AE86 back in action, I’ll be like a kid in a candy store

      about 10 months ago
    • SparkyS2K

      Nice, reminds me of my first time tracking a FWD car. Didn’t yet grok that one can just point the wheel and floor it during an oversteer event. Shout out to @bluestreakcorollaxrs!

      about 10 months ago
    • SpeedFreak0122

      perfect camera view bro. sick driving

      about 10 months ago
    • Aboutthatlife Racing
      Aboutthatlife Racing

      I watched from beginning to end. Shit was entertaining as hell 🤣👍

      about 10 months ago
    • brad ley
      brad ley

      People always seem to tune FF this way. There are more ways to get FF to put power down than stiffening the hell out of the rear and ending up with this mess.

      about 10 months ago
    • 360Aaronb
      360Aaronb In reply to brad ley

      you are completly wrong, look at jordan cox

      about 4 months ago
    • Alan Hillyard
      Alan Hillyard In reply to brad ley

      Super soft front and big rear arb increases the vertical force available on front tyres so there is more grip available there - at the detriment of rear grip as you can see here! It’s a balancing act

      about 9 months ago
    • Justin Vanover
      Justin Vanover In reply to brad ley

      I don't believe they are setup like this to put power down, my understanding has always been so that you can get them to rotate instead of understeering.

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to brad ley

      😆 thanks mate

      about 10 months ago
    • brad ley
      brad ley In reply to brad ley

      Jackie Ding ps. Your channels fantastic 👌

      about 10 months ago
    • Eric DeWitt
      Eric DeWitt

      This is HILARIOUS! Looks like fun though!

      about 10 months ago
    • Zygrene

      That looked fun but scary as hell! Nothing like the FK8 Type R I just flogged at Laguna Seca lol.

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to Zygrene

      Zygrene just a bit haha. I really want to try an FK8 for sure tho

      about 10 months ago
    • Ryan Wingate
      Ryan Wingate

      You guys' reactions,were the best part.
      Also, nice music at the end ;)

      about 10 months ago
    • Matthew

      That was entertaining to watch lol ...

      about 10 months ago
    • Mathieu Levasseur
      Mathieu Levasseur

      K swapped EG would be my dream track car. Low maintenance, low cost and LOTS OF FUN!

      about 10 months ago
    • Howard Z
      Howard Z

      looks like you have more fun in FWD car! haha!

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to Howard Z

      I mean, I like the experience and would love to get into it more, but I’m still way better at RWD for sure. More practice required ha

      about 10 months ago
    • thecarsguy KB
      thecarsguy KB

      That was not so bad for a fist time in a fwd! (even if you almost crashed haha)

      about 10 months ago
    • itsjussjerry

      That car seemed like a death trap the min you started driving it. Lol

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to itsjussjerry

      To be fair the owner did tell me to SEND IT Haha

      about 10 months ago
    • NippyMoto

      You HAVE to left foot brake cars like this.

      about 10 months ago
    • Joshua Hebert
      Joshua Hebert In reply to NippyMoto

      Jackie Ding a lot of rotation is why it's good to left foot brake because your right foot is ready to give throttle when oversteer acures allowing to pull the front back in line.

      about 10 months ago
    • Jackie Ding
      Jackie Ding In reply to NippyMoto

      I actually did try that as well, but this specific car didn’t have any problem getting rotation on entry, it was simply getting too much rotation.

      about 10 months ago