YOU CAN DO THIS IN A REAL CAR, WE HAVE POSTED TONS OF VIDEO SHOWING IT ! Yes they are, it all depends what you are trying to do ! Here are some tire testing sessions : Now I see you coming and say "yeah but this is not GT3's tires, nia nia nia"...indeed, so there are some differences but still, those are much less grippy cars and tires and they still manage to slide like crazy and keep control, usable slip angle range helps with that but this doesn't imply it is impossible with GT3's tires. Of course it will ruin tires and of course no one in a real racing situation will do this, not because it is slower (it might even be a bit faster with limited slip) but because it is way more dangerous and it may ruin the car and all team's efforts. Not to mention your tires will be to change after 3 laps ! I'm a bit fed up with all this bad faith, you WANT there to be a problem because...well, I don't even know because of what, maybe because you think it is too easy to drive ? Not sure. So post me a video of a full session with this driving style and yes, I'll admit you are right. Since then, you'll have to admit our points. EDIT : Misread what I quoted, so here it is for the last part ... Women aren't that fragile you know, especially race drivers ones. And yes, there is an adjustable power steering system in GTs, important point is "ADJUSTABLE", they need to feel the car and what happens, we never said it was as strong as 80s cars, we said that steering wheel reactions will prevent such crazy moves (not to mention the driver, female or male, won't do anything crazy that could kill her / him). The initial post is misleading because there are 2 possible ways of answering when asking if it is realistic : 1) can a car be driven like this ? Answer is yes, sorry but yes it is ! 2) would a real driver drive his car this way to be efficient? No, the answer is clearly no. Do you see the problem or not? The only question that matters to me is if a car CAN be driven this way, so we can also add the question if it would be a good thing but when we talk about realism, I'm sorry but we should not consider the talent of the driver anymore, we should only consider the capacity of the vehicle as a whole...and sorry but yes, a real car can do that.