I’m not a big believer in racing techniques holding over to Securing Driving. But losing control is losing control. It is in my opinion that the 4 constants do apply to security driving, and is why the concept of under/over steer must be hammered home in training. Anyone who has raced knows that it is how quick under/over steer happens (yaw) that is problematic. Training has to ensure that this happens at varying levels of yaw rate.
And that horsepower and torque explanation can be painful and expensive.