Drift was first discovered in the early 90’s by people trying to quickly descend from Japan’s mountainous and winding roads. Basically, the cornering of the vehicle is an event based on the principle that the rear part cannot resist the centrifugal force that occurs during turning and ruptures. It was passed to Turkish as “clause”, but as in many words, the foreign form is used more. Drift is generally a show movement and undesirable for motorsports. Because drift damages the vehicle’s drivetrain and greatly reduces the road holding by wearing the tire. Accordingly, it reduces the tour times. In order for a car to be capable of drifting, the rims must be at least 17 ″ in size and thin sidewall tires must be used. Otherwise, it is possible that the tire may come off the rim. Apart from that, being a rear-wheel drive vehicle and having a powerful engine are essential for drift in the real sense. In addition to these, a real drift vehicle has a differential with kit, so when the rear is broken, the wheel speed is balanced and the vehicle can be controlled comfortably. With the negative camber adjustment, it is important to make torque-increasing adjustments in the engine so that the wheels can be turned slightly in and to feel sufficient power when cornering.