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Watch Ryan Tuerck Drift Around New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Tuerck becomes the first drifter to tackle the road course

Megan Stewart
Jul 7, 2016

Ryan Tuerck is no stranger to drifting around tight corners on an open track, and while the last time he took his Scion FR-S out for a spin may have been on ice, it's time for him to head back home to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and become the first drifter to tackle the road course.

Before the FR-S can hit the track, Tuerck and his team need to do some much-needed maintenance to get the car up and running. But it's not long before it's ready to go and Tuerck warms it up with some tight donuts in his driveway.

Once at the track, Tuerck makes a stellar entrance complete with smoking tires and a screaming Toyota 2JZ straight-six engine. First up is the NASCAR course, where the FR-S gets shockingly close to the outside wall before he switches gears to tackle the road course. Fellow drifter Steve Angerman joins the scene, drifting tandem with Tuerck as they both tackle the course. Angerman leads Tuerck, burning noticeably less rubber.

Check out the video below to watch Ryan Tuerck drift his Scion FR-S around his home track.

Source: YouTube

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