Maybe that's why no one in Formula D uses a Diablo.
Learning how to drift can take some time. Even Richard Hammond had to spend an entire segment of The Grand Tour learning how to do it properly. Expert drifters can slide almost anything, but some cars are more difficult to get sideways than others. Others, like the Ford Focus RS and Mercedes E63 AMG, come with a built-in drift mode that makes it easy for someone with no experience to drift the car. Unfortunately, old supercars like the Lamborghini Diablo didn't have a highly advanced drift mode.
Many supercar owners rarely take their cars out of the garage, let alone to a race track. We have to give the guy in this video some props because he took his Lamborghini Diablo to a driving event to try and improve his drifting skills.
What follows is roughly two minutes of the Diablo being spun in circles on a wet autocross circuit. Old Lamborghini cars were notoriously tricky to drive and even harder to slide. Even though the driver had yet to master the art of drifting by the end of the video, there were other drivers that seemed to have as much trouble in their BMWs. We love to see a Diablo actually get used for something cool, and that is worth some praise.