Developed during the 1980s, the T-80UD main battle tank was designed to fight NATO on the battlefields of World War III. Weighing 46 tons and armed with a 125-millimeter smoothbore gun, it was a formidable opponent. Until recently, large numbers still served in the Russian Army.
Russia's tank force is largely staffed by teenagers drafted to serve their country for 12-month terms. The T-80UD has a manual transmission.
Maybe you can see where this is going.
This example of tank drifting apparently took place on a Russian Army base, location unknown. The flying sparks are from the metal tracks rubbing on concrete pavement.
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