I am finding this more and more as I push my Elise. I use the Fangio shuffle on the steering wheel to enter into moderate to low speed, high acceleration turns. Once I have locked in the wheel position for the radius of the curve, its then an exercise of lightly feathering the throttle through aceeleration and feeling the response of the car. You can tell when her tail begins to let go and you realize you just accelerate no further. Quite an amazing sensation when you get it right and she literally pops out of the exit of the turn; like someone just boosted you out.
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IMO this is one of the biggest mistakes new drivers make. There is no "locking the wheel into the radius of the turn" on 95% of turns. You want to be turning in until you get on gas and then you start opening the wheel, rarely is the wheel ever in the same place for more then an instant right before the apex.
With someone just starting to get fast I explain like this:
If 10 iis the most you were turning the wheel for a 90 degree turn before and 1 is straight, your steering position from entry to exit should be something like.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 11, APEX, 8, 4, 3, 2, 1
Exceptions would be say T16-18 at cota but even the entry and exit of that corner have a ton of steering variation.