It looks like the precision moves of a top driver.
But this little yellow car is being controlled using epic remote control skills, drifting into a tiny parking space between glasses of wine without touching them.
The driver, known as ‘DRIFT 44’ creates videos of his RC skills from his home in Kagawa, Japan, sharing them with fans across the world.
He said: “Drifting car action has many fans, and I was one of those, but there weren’t many videos like these before I started DRIFT44.
“I was really hungry to see the skill types needed for drifting car action, so this took me to thinking of making it myself, and this became trigger for starting my project.”
MOST POPULAR ON YAHOO UK TODAY
Victoria Beckham slammed for using ‘super-thin’ model in new fashion ad
Couple held after 13 children found ‘chained to their beds’ in California home
Student, 27, moves in with widowed RAF veteran, 95, who was ‘bored of living alone’ to save rent
BA flight grounded after cabin crew refused to fly because plane was crawling with bedbugs
Woman in her 30s kidnapped and gang raped in broad daylight at Essex graveyard
Piers Morgan lashes out at Britain for ‘alienating’ Donald Trump
“Making the videos takes different amounts of time. It is changed by difficulty of skill of course, but that’s not the only thing. Because the filming location of my videos is outdoors, filming is affected from various things: weather, wind, position of the sun, and also if my filming location is in public place.
“Until I got the basic technics down, it needed lots of practice time for upping the percentage of my skill.”