Stan said:Just don't do sudden lifts at critical times and you'll be fine. Maybe try out the car in an autocross setting so you can get a sense of the car's behavior and how it responds to corrections. It's very stable. To spin it you'd most likely have to screw up somewhere.
If you just early apexed at close to the limit then driving through the situation means going off the track. This may or may not be OK, depending on what happens to be at corner exit off the track.Stan said:For example if you're cornering at the limit and are starting to add gas past the apex, you can spin if you suddenly lift when you realize that you early apexed and are running out of track out pavement. In such a case it is better NOT to lift so that you don't spin and instead drive through the situation.
Randy Chase said:Just my 2 cents. I find this thread original question confusing.
It's a mid-engined car. As such, it can easily oversteer if not driven properly. The same can be said for the LSS and non-LSS cars.
Would you really go to a track and not think about that because someone said it was less tail happy? I mean... I would be testing the limits and making sure I stayed in them. You need to find out YOUR handling limits in this car. If you go into a corner too hot or have excessive slip angles, YOU will induce understeer. You can make almost any car understeer if you drive it that way. If you lift or brake in a turn or upset the car, you can induce oversteer.
The car will tend to oversteer when the cams come on.
P.S. Late apex almost everything.