but can all be controlled. Some require more work than others...
Exactly, EVERY car can be tamed or controlled to even a masters degree, ANY car, Just takes getting to know the car and what it and you are capable of achieving, You may be able to drift Astons and Jags with one finger, But if you have enuff practice and exp, You can do that in any car, If Cameron Diaz practiced and got to know the car, Even a Koenigsegg, Her exp and practice would pay off and soon she would be able to do what you said. Practice, leads to expierence, And exp leads you to be BETTER at whatever your doing, That's a fact in everything one does, doesn't matter what the subject is.
Every car has both a wide and narrow range of error, But again, The biggest difference in discovering that is the Driver.
Every cars limits are different, Or are they? Some may say they have reached the cars limits, yet others can get more out of it and go faster, So that's quite subjective. When I first got my SkyLine back in 02, That thing was rather brash, Now its got more then DOUBLE the power, More aggressive suspension, And its easier to drive now then when it was back then when I learned to drive it like I had telepathy.
Now as far as handling goes, I don't really believe in bad or good handling, Because that's just as subjective as everything else, I think theres just differences and feelings rather then bad or good.