Hey guys, why doesn't anyone (tuners and tuning companies alike)ever use the S2000 to go drifting? It only weighs 56 more lbs than a Nissan S15 Silvia, which is used commonly along with the Corolla in the drifting world. It's lightweight, and is RWD, a perfect combination for drifting, sure maybe not as good as a Corolla but should still be a serious competitor. Yet I have not seen one used for drifting yet. Is it because it's a convertable and if it flips there goes the car and the driver? Safety is a impoprtant part in drifting, but other that the fact it is a convertable does anyone know why it isn't used as a drifter? I have read about the concept version of this car and Honda claimed that it had perfect 50/50 wait distribution. That was the concept of this though, so it may not be 50/50, but it's probably near so that would make it an even better drifter wouldn't it?