What are they running for front camber, stock? That might be OK or a bit more but dialing in what is normally considered optimal, especially on a tall car more can be needed....then the front to rear balance can really get jacked up.
High speed, really high speed, oversteer has wrecked a huge number of race cars and injured or killed far to many drivers, it is not the fast way to setup a car either
Give me low and even medium oversteer, that is FUN
My Matrix had to be really tossed around to be fast on the higher speed turns when autocrossing it, a mini scandia flick, slide it in, spinning both fronts on the way out, it was very quick for a FWD and a blast to drive. This was on exceptionally fast autocross courses.
Back in my 510 days I used the parking brake to bring the rear end around on 180's, got a few standing ovations for basically sliding the whole car in a quick 180 pivot and off to the next session, super fun stuff