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The tendency of an automotive vehicle to steer into a turn to a sharper degree than was intended by the driver; sometimes causes the vehicle's rear end to swing out.
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If a car oversteers
on the other hand, the rear wheels will break away first.
If a car did not oversteer
the way he wanted it too, Montoya would either end up in a crash or finish in a dismal seventh or eighth spot.