Call it the Snowpocalypse, Snowmageddon, Snostradmus, or just SnOMG, it's snowy outside and people are abandoning their vehicles. Why? We have no idea. Here's proof from the Sno*Drift 2011 Rally showing just how easy it is for any vehicle — whether they be FWD, RWD, or AWD — to conquer the snow.

For more rally driving encouragement check out Handbrakes & Hairpins or the full set of photos from photographer Tim Williams.

It's no surprise and AWD vehicle like this Subaru WRX can conquer the snow at the Sno*Drift Rally.

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But a FWD Dodge Neon? Rad.

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What about a RWD Volvo? The Volvo 240 "Brick" is a fairly popular choice for snow drifting. Remember this when you complain that you can't drive your Miata in the snow.

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It helps to have skills.

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And it helps to have lights.

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Even a Scion can do it.

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Or a torque-steering Mazdaspeed3.

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Make sure to paint your car in bright colors so they can find you if you end up shiny side up.

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The Ford Fiesta's a popular choice, given its small size and the ability to replace it cheaply.

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Still, it's hard to top a good ol' Subaru WRX.

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Which can even drive back to the stating area if it loses a wheel, as this WRX did.

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