Yeaa that's the funniest part. Almost every review is like "Anyone can drift these, they're so easy to drift" .... clearly not. But aside from that, You'll always have the tool drivers that like to show off and ultimately mess some things up and endanger people
It takes some practice to get used to how the car handles and chances are this driver did yet get to know the car. Even some time drifting in a parking lot would help, then you take that onto the street without worry (although its not recommended)
I wouldn't say without worry.. There are many more variables on the street than there are in an enclosed parking lot. The more practice is always better, but I just don't think the street is really best place to ever hoon around like that.
That typically seems to be the problem ! I really enjoy watching the exotic car fail videos (when no one gets seriously injured of course) because of that. You can have all the money you want and buy the best of the best, but if you can't use it and screw it up stupidly, that's pretty embarrassing.