Calvin Wan’s Drifting Performance Handbook, published by Motorbooks International, covers the sport of drifting as a whole. It goes over all aspects of this spectacular motorsport along with the driving aspects and car setups that go along with it. It’s a great book for people may want read up on drifting techniques, figure out what type of car to build or research drift setups to get their car ready for the track.
The book is broken down into different chapters covering the history of drifting, different driving fundamentals including racing, drifting and tandem techniques, selecting car types and car setup, along with the competition aspect of the sport.
Included is a Drift Chassis Listing which is useful to compare different drift chassis’s as well as a Handling Correction Guild that lists different settings you can adjust to correct various handling issues your car is having.
The photography is shot by world renown motorsport photographer, Antonio Alvendia. So if anything you can enjoy the book for its photography as it captures this historic era of US drifting we are currently in.