A smooth new asphalt motorway with a constant layer of blowing sand makes for great drifting conditions. As a result, a Saudi Arabian style of drifting has emerged in recent years and it is known as Hagwalah.
With little regard for surrounding traffic, practitioners of Hagwalah take their vehicles to the limits of control by drifting at high speeds from left curb to right.
Taken to the extreme, as seen in this video, Hagwalah passengers are seen hanging out of the windows during a high-speed session. It's also not uncommon to see them shooting automatic assault rifles into the air.
At 0:40 in the video, a Honda Accord is seen doing a 360 degree spin past a school bus filled with lots of people. Other front wheel drive vehicles seen Hagwalah-ing in the video include the Toyota Camry and Hyundai Sonata.
To quote a YouTube commenter, "Hagwalah is illegal and the people involved defy the police and government - a lot of them are actually in prison."