In an age where inner city pollution is used as a means of extorting
money from car drivers, we bring you drift racing in Liverpool. From
what I've just seen on BBC1, the road surfaces are pretty well stuffed
No problem, Liverpool council will no doubt try to get extra central
govt funding for remedial work.
In the spirit of what the sensitive people called me here the other
day, "Hey that's race-ism".
I drove across the edge of the area with swirly tyre marks this morning
and the road surface, if anything, seemed a bit smoother than it was
There was a vehicle with flashing orange lights deeper into the area, so
maybe there was some damage.
The worrying thing is that, having been shown on local TV news, it will
bring the doughnut cowboys back into the supermarket car parks at night.
I know someone who has recently moved from Liverpool to a more rural
location 90 minutes drive away. His motor insurance has dropped
dramatically and the only difference is the area in which the car is now
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