Once again, this ABS system has no place in a competition environment, therefore avoiding the ABS event by maximizing brake balance and at the same time overall brake performance, is the best remedy (in my dopey opinion!).
Exactly. We had to use ABS (silly technical regs) in our Mini race car, and that was OK, except that it equalized the drivers rather than the cars. When we switched series/cars, we went with a driver-actuated bias/twin MCs. I can change bias nearly for every corner, uphill vs. downhill entry, etc., and most drivers don't do this. They are slow.
ABS can mess with your mind, in that "how" a driver gets on (and comes off) the brakes is masked (depending on the system), whereas you are naked without it, especially if you set it going into an uphill corner and forget to change it going into the next downhill one....don't ask how I know this.
One exception to this was a 24-hour endurance race, where it rained nearly the entire time. With four drivers, we agreed to set it and leave it, to avoid confusion on driver changes. Had it dried out, we planned to change it once and leave it, for the same reason.
ABS is fine for the street, but I wouldn't allow such a system on a race car unless the regs mandated it. Of course, I don't like TC/LC on a race car either. Driver aids make nearly anyone seem competent, kinda like marital aids, I suppose.