Can you drift in a Front wheel drive
You notice all the pros use rear wheel drive for drifting so there is obviously a reason for it.The handling characteristics of fwd are vastly different than rwd, which is why you don't find performance or race cars being fwd.
You can drift in a front-wheel drive vehicle, it just requires a different technique. First you must get up to about 20-25 miles per hour, and then use the emergency brake to cause the car to drift. It is important to perform this maneuver in a safe location and to also know how to do it in advance!http://www.drifting.com/forums/new-to-drifting-beginners-forum/22248-front-wheel-drive-drifting-help.html