I've literally taught people to do it, and it's nothing like as hard as it is in GT 7, particularly in road cars on road tyres. In regard to switching everything off in a car and messing about and being able to hold a reasonable amount of slip? Yep, I've done that, E63 and C63 AMG's, and if you give Merc some money they will let anyone do it. Ditto, your local race track if it has a skid pan, and a whole range of drift experience days.What I am saying is take the average person put them in a powerful car they never have driven to the limits with no electronic what do you think is going to happen? Everyone saying oh I drive this I did this, that’s fine besides you and a other few members who ACTUALLY Raced cars majority of us on this conversation would never take off the electronic aids on a 500hp let alone drive the way we do In GT7. Me personally I don’t have trouble catching slides or getting the car back in shape when going over the limit, but what I’m saying, I don’t think that’s far fetched at all, catching the cars once they hit their limit in AC is just as hard probably harder in my opinion and that’s with even better feedback.
Nor would I agree that it's easier than cars on or over the limit in AC, for comparison I was on AMS2 yesterday (as the excellent new USA Retro Gen 1 cars were released) and took the Camaro SS in it around Brands Hatch and then did the same in GT 7. Diver aides on or off, the difference in how they react up to and just on the limit was reasonably close (in terms of physics - FFB is significantly better in AMS2), but in AMS 2 you can get a few degrees more angle on that and it's predictable and catchable. I'm not talking about holding long, high-angle lurid slides here, but rather getting a few degrees over-rotation past the slip limit. Road cars do not cause you to bin it in these conditions with anything like the frequency that they are doing in GT 7.