Couple of spots he scared me with yanks on the wheel in the middle of the turn. Like in the middle of oak tree. If I did that with a vette we'd be spinning. Why was he doing that?
At the oak tree he was getting trailing throttle (aka lift) oversteer, he straightens the wheel quickly to keep the car from spinning. This is a pretty common thing to happen on track in our cars going into corners off throttle or lifting. This is also the reason some of use are talking about not shuffle steering as you can loose wheel center and not know how far to turn the wheel to catch the rear from coming around.
2007 Exige S - Chili Red
2009 Mini Cooper S - Chili Red
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