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See What Happens When The Ford Focus Rs Drift Mode Goes Wrong

It’s the best thing Ford is giving a free driving school with each Ford Focus RS sold.

Designed with a “Drift Mode” that tends to make the all-wheel-drive Focus RS simpler to slide, the hot hatch has changed into a fast favorite among enthusiasts. But there’s probably a very good reason that the American automaker is giving a free driving school program with each new vehicle since, apparently, some people need it.

One over-ambitious driver either overestimated his car’s abilities or their own, sliding the Focus RS sideways in to a cliff wall and bouncing off before landing halfway in a ditch. It seems the owner was part of the New York ST Owners Club but has since been booted out. Watch the video above to see the entire incident.

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