Some of you may have performed lunch tray drifting in your high school parking lot. But if you’re Bob Bondurant — a 79-year-old racing legend with his own driving school, you’re just getting around to doing it. Of course, he’s a natural.
The video below shows Bondurant in one of the racing academy Chevrolet Sonic hatchbacks, with lunch trays fitted directly below the rear wheels, which are not powered by the engine. And with the emergency brake lever firmly locked in its upright position, it gives the Sonic (or just about anything with an FF layout) the handling characteristics of a snake. Until of course when friction gets the best of the lunch trays, and they eventually disintegrate into useless frames of melted plastic.
Kudos to The Drive Channel for showing Bob Bondurant a new hooning technique.