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Re: quattro-digest V3 #1553
This is the best one I've heard of;
If you go flying into a corner and you see the car go straight into the
guard rail - that's understeer.
if you go flying into a corner and you don't see the rail when the car hits
it - that's oversteer.
(My appreciation to the Brit who announced the Grand Prix races on ESPN
for years for coming up with this definition - wish I could remember his
Ray calvo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1990 Coupe Quattro
In a message dated 96-12-17 20:35:04 EST, you write:
From: human <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 96 17:11:34 -0500
- -- [ From: human * EMC.Ver #2.5.02 ] --
>> I do enjoy oversteer and feel more safe feeling the rear end slide
>> slightly rather than front end going wide.
>... one of my favorite sayings is:
>"Oversteer scares the passengers, where understeer scares the driver." :)
OK, I'm sick of trying to remember what someone told me once. What is the
definition of oversteer and understeer please? I keep trying to figure it
out from context....