No that number is a guesstimate based on the average performance summer street tire you can put on given car without doing acrobatics like fabricating new fenders or getting exotically wide tires that cost a fortune (even compared to performance summer street tires)Anything with more than about 75 HP per wheel needs all wheels driven? What the are you on? Do you understand that those numbers are YOUR fiction and that there are a lot of metrics to consider, such as the weight of the vehicle, the drag coefficiency of it and such?
If your chassis can't handle the power you have a different problem that AWD will not do much for.You don't look to understand anything about your so called "purpose built race cars" either. Any car, let it be a pro-stock dragger or an everyday hauler, may and WOULD go out of control if there is more power than what the chassis can handle. That's why drag cars move to the side of the other lane of the drag strip when that happens.