On Wed, Apr 03, 2002 at 12:34:14PM -0800, Kevin Stevens wrote:
> > With a light rear end or a powerful engine, you can
> > bypass the understeer and go right to power oversteer.
> I see this written all the time, but I'v never experienced it. In my
> experience, once you start pushing in a turn (RWD), you can't stop it
> without slowing down. You can get oversteer AS WELL with your right foot;
> this is known as "sliding". ;)
Therefore you've got to do it before the weight transfers and the understeer
sets in. I believe that this is known as "not being smooth", but as
we read in the "how to autocross with AWD" discussion, it can work
with certain cars.
firstname.lastname@example.org John Stimson
http://www.idsfa.net/~john/ HMC Physics '94