Why don't you drift when you turn that corner /o/?
Usually not going fast enough round my neighborhood for my car to yaw on dry pavement (fwd) when the handbrake gets pulled. I think I might have stretched the cable a bit cause it does seem less effective than say a year ago.
That being said, if there's snow then OOOUUGGHHHHHHHHH YESSSSSSSS
Sometimes I 'drift' my mom's fwd estate in the wet/sandy road. It's got some shitty tyres so it understeers/wheelspins everywhere in the rain.
My car even wheelspins in 2nd (dem diesel torks) but I don't wanna fuck it up 'drifting'.
because two-wheeling is a much better turning method