Red Bull is white hot right now. They win F1 championships year in and out. They do air races. They host fun events like the Flugtag and several music festivals. Oh, and they dropped a dude from the freaking stratosphere with their Stratos space program. Yup, Red Bull’s pretty much done it all. And most recently, it contributed to the world record for the longest drift performed by a car with a Chevrolet Camaro.
Driven by Lebanese Red Bull Athlete and rally champion Abdo Feghali, the Camaro broke the Guinness World Records for the Longest Vehicle Drift at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi. The total drift was 11,180 meters (11.1 km, 6.95 miles) long, and took over 14 minutes and 43 laps around a 260-meter circular course of cones to complete. And if we didn’t know any better, it appears as though Feghali used a basically stock Camaro SS.