A new episode of the series has been published on the Russian Dzhimkhana YouTube channel, known for its unusual custom sports cars and stunts. This time "Russian Dzhimkhana" plays up not only the idea of winter drift, but also the motives of Russian folk tales.
- According to the plot of the film "Drift on a Farm", a resident of a remote village meets with enthusiasts of driving in a controlled drift, who came to the farm to shoot another film about drifting. Impressed by what he saw, he goes to the local fortune-teller-witch, who promises to help him.
- The next morning, his cart itself turns into a drift-mobile with a motor, independent suspension, racing "bucket" and controls, while retaining the appearance of a cart loaded with hay. After several tricks, the main character meets the enthusiasts he had seen the day before, followed by a series of episodes of a pair drift of a cart in the company of the VAZ "five".
As it should be according to the canons of "Dzhimkhana", the video ends with the cutting of "dimes" around the person. In the case of Drift on a Farm, this role is played by three “Russian beauties” in national costumes with kokoshniks (the filmmakers were looking for the filmmakers in social networks).
Famous extreme sportsman Vasily Starostin took part in the preparation and filming of the film. He became famous, in particular, the first in Russia somersaults on a car.
- American extreme sportsman Vaughn Gittin Jr. also posted a new action video this week. In his film Bomb Track, buggies jump from a springboard and drift along with hardcore Mustangs surrounded by clouds of flame.