Most of those cars are just crappy handeling econo transportation apliances, some pickups that probably attach young male drivers, with more guts then experience, and a few high or semi high performance cars that probably atract low performance drivers.
I don't think young drivers these days are actually taught how to drive, just how to point a car in a general direction.
I learned to drive in a old military jeep, a military powerwagon pickup, and my Dart which I kept upgrading and then having to relearn how to drive it again.
I used to take it to big parking lots during snowstorms to do cookies and play. That taught me what the car will do in bad situations and how to correct it, or make it worse just for fun:cool:
I've had all kinds of bad situations pop up while driving and I have learned to drive out of them and not hammer the brakes and loose it.
If a car is crap, or super twitchy high perfomance it just makes it worse. My Dart will drive right out from under you given the right situation and it happens fast, if you don't know what to do your just along for the ride.