Drift Car Build FWD Corolla Hatchback to RWD 1000 Horsepower Conversion

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Video Discription: Papadakis Racing takes a brand new stock front-wheel drive 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatcback and converts it to a 1,000 horsepower rear-wheel drive drift car. Tell us what you want to see more of in the comments below. Watch more in-depth here : • Hoonigan Build Breakdown: https://youtu.be/IxOhP0v21Gc • 1007 HP dyno pull: https://youtu.be/Tmq2hKIOMSI • The original Toyota 2AR engine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rw0Vkgasa70 Take a glimpse behind the scenes as the most winning Formula Drift team in history undertakes an extensive race car build in only four months to launch the Rockstar Energy Drink / Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback just in time for the Long Beach season opener. This fast-tracked race car build was made possible thanks to driver Fredric Aasbo, team technicians " Shaldo" (Shawn Hillier and Aldo Villagran), Georgheinz Rios, designer Jon Sibal and Chris Woodward from TRD. **** ABOUT PAPADAKIS RACING: The Papadakis Racing team began drifting in 2004 and is the most winning team in Formula Drift history, earning the 2015 title with driver Fredric Aasbo, as well as back­to­ back championship titles with driver Tanner Foust in 2007 and 2008. The Rockstar Energy Drink / Nexen Tire Toyota Corolla Hatchback is the latest competition build from the Hawthorne, California, based team. Team owner Stephan Papadakis is a legend of sport­ compact racing who began building his reputation in the 1990s with the first front-wheel ­drive, tube­-chassis drag car in the U.S. The team earned multiple records and championships in the discipline, turning in elapsed times and trap speeds previously thought unattainable in front­-drive drag cars. Papadakis' successes in front­-wheel drive were matched by his efforts in rear­-wheel drive when he campaigned a Honda Civic that became just the fifth car to join the NHRA's Sport Compact 200 MPH club.

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