Well my friend that is exactly the case when you take a jeep for a Ferrari, no pun intended.
Last summer, i was driving on a road on the edge of the Marala-Ravi Canal, there's a section called "Soh wali neher". So i was driving, well not driving rather speeding on my M825, a tractor trolley comes in front of me, i hit the brakes and honk, no answer, so well i hit the right side and head for the overtake, stupid fella just came to the right out of the blue and was almost about to run me over, i steer hard right and suddenly the M825 seems out of control, the next thing i do is steer left, and bam! we end up in ditch (road drain) with the right side of the jeep down 3 feet in the ditch, while my feet stuck in the steering wheel, me dangling down and the guy next to me in the ditch. We were lucky the vehicle didn't rollover and hadn't smashed us into pieces. We walked out of it with a few bruises and cuts, and mostly wild thorns. Another good thing i had the trol with me to tow the M825 out. Reconciling what had happened, we concluded that if it wasn't for the main rails of the jeep stuck on the edge of the ditch and the wheel turned left and holding the jeep onto the edge, we'd be dead.
In my opinion if you're driving a open jeep stick to the 3rd gear and drive easily. I am not trying to hit the hobby hard with drawbacks, rather emphasizing on the fact which is safety. Is life better when you experience a short period of exhilaration, Sure! but is it precious enough than your life. Surely not!. That is the lesson i learned i that day. What would i tell the folks of the guy next to me if he had died and not me?...
Its a great thing going on here, a very niche hobby considered to be dangerous is taking its roots as a formal, responsible and professional community, but we've got to emphasize on and consider safety as much as we love this hobby.
Just my opinion and respectively no disrespect intended to any individual of so anykind