Hell no. AWD usually causes FWD-type oversteer, and I have never driven an enjoyable AWD car. In addition, in bad weather, once you lose control of AWD, you can't get it back even if you're Michael Schumacher. With well built RWD, you can always regain control.
If AWD was better for racing then why are 99% of all track racing series RWD-only? Such as ALMS, DTM, Le Mans, F1, All Formula classes, etc. etc. etc.
Personally, I'm addicted to RWD and will never have anything else on my cars. It's just most fun and most enjoyable under all conditions.