Drifting is nice and pretty and artful, but you don't see it in many top-tier racing series because it can also be kinda slow. Unless you're in a gargantuan beast of an Australian V8 Supercar, and it's raining. Because then it's like Michelangelo placed his blessing upon speed itself.
This is what happens when you take a family sedan, completely strip it out to turn it into a race car, drop a ridiculously overpowered engine in the front, and just add water.
There's a reason why every racing driver wants to be in this series more than any other. Because it just looks like a whole bunch of fun, even when you take your race car beyond the limit.