In this video at 0:19, the car on the right drifts too far onto the grass and ends up sliding to the left/anti-clockwise from top view.
My initial instinct before the spin would be that car would spin to the right, after drifting too far right and onto the grass. My reasoning would be that the rear right driving wheels would lose traction and overspin, therefore causing the rear left driving wheel to dominate and turn the car clockwise (just as how a tank turns).
However this is mostly not often the case in all crashes like this: the car spins in the exact opposite direction.
Why is this the case?