Ford Focus RS drift mode fail – they literally hit a wall!

Ford Focus RS drift modeFord Focus RS drift mode fail – they literally hit a wall! This Ford Focus RS was attempting a drift at the 44/55 Hairpin outside of New Paltz NY. This was during a cruise with the NY ST Club. New Paltz is a town in Ulster County, New York, United States. The town is located in the southeastern part of the county and is south of Kingston. The Wallkill River flows northward through New Paltz on its way to join the Rondout Creek, which in turn feeds into the Hudson River. A portion of the Shawangunk Ridge is in the town.

Ford Focus RS drift mode fail – they literally hit a wall!

US 44 begins at an intersection with US 209 and NY 55 west of the hamlet of Kerhonkson in the town of Wawarsing in Ulster County. NY 55, concurrent with US 209 southwest of this point, turns east onto US 44, forming an overlap as the two routes proceed eastward across Ulster County. Midway between Kerhonkson and Gardiner and just north of NY 299, US 44 and NY 55 traverse a hairpin turn made necessary by the surrounding Shawangunk Ridge.

Hairpin turns are most popular in the drifting world. Because the drivers have to turn almost 180 degrees it makes the excitement more intensive. But, it didn’t go well for this Ford Focus RS drift mode. The reckless ex club member decided to go all RickyBobby with no warning. Check out this drift mode fail!

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