Abdo Feghali drifts into the record books
The Lebanese driver smashes the world record for the longest drift in Abu Dhabi.
By Tom Bellingham
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Abdo Feghali celebrates the world record.
Celebration time
Red Bull athlete Abdo Fenghali has set a new world record for the longest ever continuous drift.
The Lebanese rally driver took his Chevrolet Camaro SS over to Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, home of the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix, to attempt the record, with a team from the Guinness World Records on-hand to authenticate the achievement.
In the end, Feghali didn't just break the record – he obliterated it, doubling the previous record with a huge 11,180 meters drift.
Abdo Feghali performs the world's longest drift
The longest drift

Quick facts

Record Title/entry: Longest Vehicle Drift
New record: 11,180 m - (doubling the previous record)
Time: 14.18 mins
Total laps: 43 Laps
Track circumference: 260 m
Venue: Yas Marina circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Date: February 15th 2013
Record Custodian: Guinness World Records