I went through a phase where I thought hard parking was just plain pointless, I drifted my in industrials and open car parks late at night. One night I put my car into a curb and broke the welds and bent my coilovers (Tein HA at the time), bent my rim, knuckle and subframe.
I put the car back together and realised that I was really over drifting on the streets, it was stupid and it really put my license at risk and I need my license to keep my job.
So I decided to build my car as a daily driven street car, a car thats inbetween the boundaries of form and function. I now run mountains on the odd sunny weekend and sometimes at night when I’m stressed out.
I plan on doing the odd skid pan day but my current interest lies in getting involved in time attack and circuit racing. When I have time I’ll be buying wider track wheels and a few other things to put on the car for when I take it to the track.
Also, you probably didn’t mean to imply this but, s13’s don’t have to be drifted, one of the biggest pains about owning this car is that people think that s13’s HAVE to be drifted, otherwise it’s discerned hard parked. You don’t really get this dilemma with other cars, for e.g. E30 M3’s or any other enthusiast cars, when people modify other cars, they’re just seen as street car builds