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Before he lost his rear bumper from contacting a rubber cone:)
Lol. It was almost as if that bumper was attached with Velcro. :lol:

I'd go do an autocross or two first Slow. That way you can get an idea of what kind of cone damage that you're willing to accept.
There are two guys that regularly drift a brand new white BMW at Marina and I've seen that car looking a mess at the end of the day... cone rash EVERYWHERE, front splitter knocked off, flat tire, etc.
Those dudes aren't afraid to use that car...
And the ear-to-ear grins on their faces as they're going around the course, PRICELESS!!!

It looks like a lot of fun, but, it will take its toll on your car.
 

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Lol we used a local Costco parking lot after hours. The big open lot with those cart racks works perfect for a quick practice session. Just make sure your smart enough to take off after a few mins so you don't get popped. Did this to practice at Costco, Walmart, Kmart ect. We would hit like 4-5 lots a night on the farthest corner away from everything else. Helped improve our skills tenfold.
 
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