Nope. They are perfectly drivable but just take getting used to. They aren't a class you can just jump into and drive fast. Inability to drive them is down to lack of practice and/or underdeveloped throttle control. I'm not saying I find them easy to drive by any stretch of the imagination, they are certainly challenging when pushing. But with proper technique and plenty of practice you will get the hang of it.Are you feeling the same? Are the DTM vehicles without ABS and TC also undrivable for you?
I counter that with another question. What good is a SIM that does not simulate? If people put easy fun over accurate simulation, then there is a genre which covers that call "sim-cade", or even "arcade racer". Full simulations have no business making things "easier" based on the feedback of people who have apparently chosen the wrong genre for their entertainment.What good is a product (SIM) if their customers are not appreciating what they feel when using the product?
Given that most sims already have an "easy mode" by including various driving assistance options, there is no reason whatsoever for them to fudge a challenging car to make it a more pleasant driving experience for those without the ability to drive it under full simulation conditions. That would literally ruin the sim for those of us who want and expect that realism, and for whom rising to the challenge IS part of the fun.