OP is saying, seeing cars go sideways is ridiculous. The slip angle is forgiving and useful, albeit not realistic. Also evident on BL1 last turn with FMB - fast guys chuck the car in.
Maybe the sidewalls offer too much grip, traction break doesn't come into effect quickly enough. Although I like the "chuckability" of LFS cars as it's almost too easy, compared to AC for example... I don't know, I can drift in LFS whenever I want, but in AC, I couldnt do 4 connected corners with a drift tuned M3 E30 that comes with the base game. Although I don't like AC's physics, I am willing to admit that they are probably more right in this case.
You see all those drivers with FWD, RWD and AWD cars doing tankslappers on tourist nordschleife videos, no matter what tires they use. When was the last time you got a tankslapper in LFS?