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Need For Speed Shift 2: Unleashed Drifting Challenge - Web Exclusive

The Challenge allowed to established drift racers to build their own cars and then score points to find the winner.

Mar 9, 2011

The latest Shift 2: Unleashed video game trailer chronicles an Autolog Drift Challenge between 2010 Formula Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin Jr, who takes on Team Need for Speed driver Matt Powers in an Autolog challenge.

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Both drivers took time to customize their cars both visual and forperformance. They then took them on the track to see who could rack up the best drift score.

Even though they weren't in the same room, they still got to see each other's drift score through the game's Autolog feature that alerts friends to your scores.

In the end, Vaughn Gittin Jr won the challenge with the better score but, thanks to Autolog, Matt Powers can keep trying for a better score and turn the tables on Vaughn.

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