96% of the people when confronted by the snowstorm hitting the U.S. where it is supposed to snow this time of year, Mr. and Mrs. Newcaster, would look at the blizzard and say “Holy Shit” if they attempted to drive in it.
Those of us from Michigan just say “Watch this!”
Drifting, was invented in the snow covered portions of the U.S. and then stolen by the Japanese who decided that sliding a car sideways – on asphalt – on a track – represents a thrill.
Real drifting is best accomplished on snow, on a city street with limited width and a line of traffic creeping along, or a parking lot.
This is the only time I miss blizzards, because most people who are experienced snow drivers know that this is the time to stay home and let us drifters have our fun.
Then the snow plows and salt crews come along and spoil it all.