I can say with pretty good confidence that we're going to see this kid driving well into his adult life and I think Drew Meyer has got a prodigy drifter on his hands.
At just five years old, Jack Attack has kind of become the star of the Rubber Chuckers crew. And I'll show you why actually. So, he's the son of Drew Meyer, who runs Rubber Chuckers, and he's recently been behind the wheel of his 48-volt Mustang GT from an early age. It started off just messing around but clearly he loves it. They put some drift tires on, which is just PVC around the rear wheels and gave it some wide stance so he could drift it. And for a while, he was just messing around with it but eventually, Jack's driving skills required more angle and more power.
So, they upgraded to a Corvette with a 1800-watt motor, a custom frame, custom steering kit, an actual hydro e-brake, and a custom-length axle to fit the length of the Corvette. Needless to say, Jack's driving skills have improved a lot. The kid's not messing around. He's just five years old. He kind of shreds.
There's a bunch of video of him and you can see the progression. Slowly but surely.
As seen on PASMAG's Tuning 365 (Season 3 Episode 5) on REV TV.
Additional footage by rubberchuckers