[VIDEO] Charles Ng Brings Drifting to WTCC in Spain

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

It didn’t take long before Charles Ng got itchy and had to step out from behind the wheel of the Team Engstler Liqui-Moly BMW back into a drift car. At the second round of the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) in Valencia, Spain, Charles did just that.

He took to the wheel of the Nissan S13 “Safety Car” between races and put on a show for a new audience as he brought drifting to WTCC. How did the touring car crowd react to his demo?

Charles said: “The crowd was so excited and EuroSport might have me do demos again in the future. Definitely for the American fans in Sonoma later this year!!”

Source: http://www.wreckedmagazine.com/blog/2012/04/02/charles-ng-brings-drifting-to-the-wtcc-in-spain-video/

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