Here is the video of longest continuous drift, the new world record created by Mauro Calo covering 2308 meters range by using Merce C 63 AMG with 451 bhp and 600 Nm powerfull engine.
WORLD’S LONGEST DRIFT – VIDEO
LONDON: Professional driver Mauro Calo has set a new world record for the longest car drift using a Mercedes-Benz AMG. He broke the existing world record on Sunday by 394 metres achieving a total distance of 2,308 metres to add his name to the record books and the title to his established driving career.
Calo receiving his Guinness World Record recognition.
To achieve the record breaking distance, Mauro chose part of the Handling Circuit at Mercedes-Benz World, Weybridge Surrey. The circuit provided a complete 360 degree circle of tarmac which saw him complete almost eight laps in a C 63 AMG.
A 6.2-litre V8 engine that’s good for 451bhp and 600Nm, delivering potent acceleration at any engine speed range.
Mauro is no stranger to Mercedes-Benz World as his career as a professional driver includes working at the venue providing driving experiences to guests and also entertaining crowds with precision driving skills in the dynamic Silver Arrows Display