A study in the fine of art of crashing and looking stupid.
When it comes to one type of slick driving, Japanese drifting immediately comes to our minds. We're fully aware that drifting has turned into a global phenomenon, but these techniques were perfected in Japan in the seventies and its popularity began to surge in the eighties.
Although "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" was widely regarded as the worst installment in the popular franchise, we tend to think of Japanese drivers as a disciplined bunch from a culture that celebrates the beauty in common things.
Then we happened upon this video recently shot in Tokyo and that all went out the window. There's really no need for further commentary - just watch it for yourself and you'll understand.