If you can handle a 50HP car, you can handle a 1000 HP car. The only differences are acceleration rates and top speed.
Whether you're in that Geo Metro or a McLaren 720S, the principles of driving and the rules of the road are exactly the same. A 2003 Camry can kill just as many people as a 2019 Challenger Hellcat, and it can do it just as easily. Since less than 1% of all collisions are the result of mechanical failures, it doesn't really matter what someone is driving when an accident happens. The big factor isn't what you're driving, it's how you're driving it.
When guys (and it's almost always guys) crash in really powerful cars, it's usually because they were abusing the power. They often lose control while taking turns too fast, or while trying to accelerate too quickly. But those idiots would most likely have done the same thing if they were in a 2003 Camry, so the vehicle makes little difference.