The German race driver Harald Muller holds the Guinness world record for longest vehicle drift. He did this performance in a Toyota GT86 in Samsun, Turkey on July 15.
The record attempt took place in a round course measuring 235 meters on which Harald Muller did 612 laps in 2 hours and 25 minutes. As a result, he managed to maintain the drift for 144.126 kilometers. 

But we have a different opinion because the Guinness officials said Haralad had a second attempt and more than that he used a wet skid pad to the car more slippery which can be considered as cheating. 

As you probably, know, the record for longest vehicle drift belonged to Johan Schwartz, BMW Performance Center instructor, which drifted for 82.520 kilometers in a BMW M5.

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Source: Guinness