A How-To-NOT

Experienced drivers understand that true performance is more than just horsepower and torque. Straight-line acceleration takes skill and showcases power, but navigating tight corners demands precise handling and steering. This is where a driver’s finesse plays a crucial role in a vehicle’s capabilities. Understeer and oversteer, commonly used terms in handling, can pose challenges depending on drivetrain configurations and the driver’s experience. Recognizing the causes of these inaccuracies is vital not just for professional drivers, but for potentially avoiding accidents on a daily basis. All drivers should have this essential knowledge for safely recovering from understeer and oversteer while behind the wheel.

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