Drifting may mean:
- Drifting (motorsport)
- Pipe drifting, measuring a pipe's inner roundness
- Drifting (film), a 1923 film directed by Tod Browning
- Drifting (1983 film), the first Israeli gay-themed film
- Drifting, a song by Jimi Hendrix on his album The Cry of Love
- Drifting (Salmonella Dub song), a 1999 song by the New Zealand band, Salmonella Dub
- Driftin' Blues, a blues song recorded by Charles Brown & Johnny Moore's Three Blazers, Eric Clapton and others
- Drifting, a song by 4 Non Blondes on their album Bigger, Better, Faster, More!
Other articles related to "drifting":
... Carl Ruiterman is a drifting driver from Pukekohe, New Zealand ... After this he decided to try drifting in his Skyline ... He enjoyed drifting, so he teamed up with E H Motors to build a serious drift car for racing competitively ...
... The Red Bull Drifting World Championship is a non-championship all-star drifting contest sponsored by Red Bull energy drink and hosted by IMG and Slipstream Global Marketing, the organizers ... Las Vegas Formula D round on July 14, at $50,000, it boasts of the largest prize money in a drifting contest and the largest TV production for a drift contest ...
... Drifting 1" - 213 "Dancing" - 512 "Kiev 1" - 357 "Teiji's Time" - 216 "Nostalgia 1" - 341 "Filming" - 551 "Mirror Worlds" - 150 "Nightscape" - 227 "Nostalgia 2" - 421 "H ...
Famous quotes containing the word drifting:
“I cant quite define my aversion to asking questions of strangers. From snatches of family battles which I have heard drifting up from railway stations and street corners, I gather that there are a great many men who share my dislike for it, as well as an equal number of women who ... believe it to be the solution to most of this worlds problems.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“It comes about that the drifting of these curtains
Is full of long motions; as the ponderous
Deflations of distance; or as clouds
Inseparable from their afternoons....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“... if, as women, we accept a philosophy of history that asserts that women are by definition assimilated into the male universal, that we can understand our past through a male lensif we are unaware that women even have a historywe live our lives similarly unanchored, drifting in response to a veering wind of myth and bias.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)