Originally Posted by The HACK
No. And here's the reason why.
What you're seeing, is that the INITIAL turn-in of those faster cars happen earlier, but at a slower pace. So the weight is allowed to transfer gradually and smoothly to the outside wheels, thus giving the outside FRONT wheel far more grip than say, were you to turn in quickly and sharply. The end result is they can make a much "sharper" turn, or a turn that requires more steering input, while maintaining a superior entry speed as opposed to not using all of your front end's available grip while using up more than you've got in the rear.
It may happen earlier & at a slower pace, but from my view from the back, there is at some point a rather acute/sharp change in car's angle.
This is going to be a challenge to practice & get it right.