Just from looking at the yaw rate plot, we can already see that, for the Sine with Dwell test, the vehicle is heavily oversteering
The car feels like it's oversteering
a bit in the slow corners, and this doesn't help my confidence.
In a shifting current, holding your course can be just as dangerous as oversteering
Drifting involves drivers intentionally oversteering
a race car so the tires lose adhesion, but still maintain control of the car in a series of sideways maneuvers and sharp turns.
It corners as if on rails and the lightweight steering system is so direct that initially you will feel as though you are oversteering
It is also worth remembering that the vehicle oversteering
or understeering will become increasingly evident as the shock absorbers gradually lose their original characteristics.
vehicles require counter steer AFS application, no matter what tire slip angle.
I had an oversteering
car, I had an oversteer moment and I put it backwards in the wall, which is very unusual for me.
The danger is that a combination of impatience, inexperience, sheer blind panic and a need to be seen by the crew to be doing something, can lead to oversteering
If the driver says the car feels ``loose'' - an oversteering
problem that can send the vehicle into a spin - the engineers look at sensors on the chassis and the push-rods.
condition exists, the driver may have the