I don't reckon any form of braking that actually allows the wheels to stop turning will outperform ABS. As I understand things a tyre generates maximum braking force just before it locks up and the instant it locks up the braking force drops dramatically. That's why you need to lift your foot off the (non ABS) brake pedal - so that the lower grip is enough to get the wheel turning again.
But I remain to be convinced that any of this has any application in a model car with servo operated brakes on the rear wheels.
I recall ABS skid marks made it look like the wheel stopped turning = = = =
I suspect there is a small chance that increased control could be realized here, even if crude.