I know, there are people out there who aren't into this whole "drifting" thing and would rather prefer actual racing (like me). But I think it helps to open up for a moment and help someone out here. I'm not into this JDM culture that heavily surrounds the drifting scene just to clarify. Some people say that learning drifting helps them when they drive cars to the limit so that they're ready if the car's rear-end kicks out too far. Is it true? Will it help someone like me who wants learn how to keep it on the limit? (I do practice of course, I'm not gonna drive fast blindly like in Race Driver GRID) I was thinking of giving it a go with ISI's Drift Revolution mod for rFactor. Also if I do decide to do some drifting, is assigning a button for the handbrake good enough? I don't want to splurge on hardware too much and end up not using after awhile.