Toyota Celica Driver Can Count That as a "Drifting" Fail

We are going to assume that the gifted driver sitting behind the wheel of this fifth generation (1989-1993) Toyota Celica was trying to impress his friend with the camera by tossing the rear end of the Japanese coupe around a pole at an empty parking lot – quite possibly with the help of the hand brake.

Obviously, for us to post about it, the drift attempt didn't work as planned, unless, that is, you consider smashing the front end of the car on a metal lamp post a part of the drifting act.

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