No, the j-turns I referred to aren't any drifting maneuver. ;-)
Rather they are a u-turn that is at the end of a course that consists on a 90º turn from stop, followed by a figure-8, and then a tight offset cone weave (12' spacing). The j-turn is entered in second gear, so there is braking upon entry, down-shifting and the turn.
Then it's into a straight cone weave.
You know the one thing we need is a left-hand monkey wrench