WRC rally cars don't move like the laws of physics would suggest. They accelerate faster than four-wheeled vehicles should due to their highly boosted engines sending 380 horsepower through permanent all-wheel drive. They also decelerate more aggressively thanks to having massive, 380mm rotors, as well as titanium calipers and brake pads with a ceramic base.
The steering is as much about the weight transfer as the angle of the wheels, and then, there's the aero package to make things even weirder. Under heavy braking and through the fast corners, you can see how the cars would probably prefer to leave the surface. But the huge wings do their job, making sure the slicks can perform at their best.
Tight mountain roads shouldn't allow for such speeds. But it's wonderful that they do.