The Adventurers

Meet age (un)restricted Clare Vale

From the streets of Japan to the race tracks of South Africa, Clare Vale has become the first lady of drifting in this country. And, as you'll discover in this podcast by Sam Cowen, she might be very fast but she's not at all furious!

Her Gatorback Ram sponsored Mustangs produces serious muscle, 600hp and 450kW of power. These engines make the V8 Supercars the fastest saloon cars in the country, and Clare’s drift Mustang is powered by the same engine, making it unique in South African drifting.

Clare Vale website

Check out a photo gallery of Clare's racing cars here...

Visit Clare's website here.


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