Grab your old Mazda 323 and have fun.
You don’t have to spend all your savings on RWD cars anymore, as we just discovered a new fun way to drift.
Theory says drifting is "a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels or all tires, while maintaining control for the entirety of a corner." There are two main drifting techniques, the so-called lift-off and clutch-kick, that offer different approach to the stunt.
Well, here's another technique - probably well-known for some - that we just discovered and we find very attractive. You don’t have to own a rear-wheel-drive car to do it, you can use virtually every single model on the market – even your old Chrysler Town & Country. Just put a wooden board under the rear wheels, pull the parking brake, and start having fun on safe place.
As the YouTube user that uploaded the attached video explains, “if you get an idea from this video and wrap your car around a light pole I applaud your effort and it's not my fault.” It’s not ours too.
Source: The Proclivity To Imagine