That's true for every car I've driven in RF2, if you can manage a 4 wheel drift you can rotate the car faster and get on the throttle earlier, so long as they have enough power to support the drift and do not bog down. It's true for the Megane, heck, it's even true for the FR 3.5, except to get that car into a 4 wheel drift instead of a spin is not something that can be done repeatedly at will! Except you will not get very far driving like that. It's what you have to do in qualifying but for a race the tires won't cut it. But if you end up with understeer and overheated fronts you can drift the car to take some of the heat off the fronts and utilize any excess rubber at the rear. Pinching the brakes on corner entry with some rearward bias to get the back rotating and turning the car with the throttle instead of the steering wheel. Oversteer will cost you time, this is not oversteer. It's down to you to decide when, where and how often to use this technique.