RUF BTR '86
Engine in the rear allows you to keep a drift going for as long as you may need it to. Though definitely not for beginners.
Because the rear takes a long time to slide out it is necessary to be able to see a driving line and follow through with it most especially with 'S' Turns.
Isn't one of the special events a Lambo event that requires you to drift/power slide to get through it the fastest and beat the time?
I think it's around one of the 320 degree round abouts on one of the road courses.
I like the Shelby G.T. 350...not only does it look great painted black, sounds great at some crazy RPM, where it gets all its power, which is great for some sport soft on the rear and racing softs on the front...you then can go into 3rd/4th gear burn up some tires mode...enjoy