It's pointless to drift in a FWD car. RWD cars need to slide because they don't handle like FWD cars in close, sharp turns at high speeds. I know everyone hates F&F, but remember the eclipse escaping from the two cops cars trying to block him? But I'd prefer a RWD for road racing and s-curve twisties at high speed.
Instead of drifting a FWD, just let off the gas a little in the beginning of the turn, swing the rear around and get back on the gas quickly just before you're pointed where you want to go. Use a little countersteer if necessary and use your front drive wheels to pull your car in the right direction. Most of the weight is in the front so don't worry about spinning out unless you get back on the gas way too late. The result is making a sharp 90 degree turn...something which you can't come close to in a RWD car without drifting, and still the angle won't be the same.
The above is all very intuitive in a FWD car and you may not even notice you are modulating the gas if you already figured out how to drive the celica in sharp turns. If you want to do it fast and perfectly though, you need to look at the corner and destination ahead of time, and focus on matching timing with distance and speed. Every situation is different, and so you must become one with the car and feel the turn.
Use the G-Force, oOoLINoOo...