These are some of the top cars for Formula Drift 2016.
Aurimas Bakchis rocking the Hyundai Genesis and ranked number five leaving round four.
Its supercharged LS7 CBM motor sports, Output 700HS and 750LB.
Chris Forsberg is now ranked number 3 with his Nissan 370Z.
Powered by a Nissan Titan 5.6L V8 engine, the Z puts down 1000 horse power with the assistance of a Nitrous set up.
Vaughn Gittin, Jr.
drives the Ford Mustang RTR and is ranked number one at the end of Round Four.
900 horsepower and 750 pound-feet of torque are squeezed from the 436 cubic inch V8.
Lastly, Fredric Aasbo ranks number two, drives the Toyota TC with an impressive 1000 horsepower and 850 pound feet of torque.
Coming from the 4 cylinder 2AR turbo engine.
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