Front wheel drifting is similar to rear wheel drifting, except, because of the fact that the front wheels are the drive wheels, the method of causing the drift is extremely different. Drifting is a motorsport that is rapidly gaining in popularity. In drifting, the racers navigate a road course, causing a rear wheel drift to help carry you through the twists and turns. With a rear wheel drive car, this is done by revving the engine and causing a loss of traction in the rear end. In front wheel drive drifting, the racer uses the pull up emergency brake for short intervals to cause the loss of rear wheel traction by locking the rear brakes.
For more info, see How to Modify Cars for Drifting