Same thing as if you let off throttle mid corner and causes all force to go towards the front and the back end "snapping out"Black2na said:That was not snap over steer that was your brother going out on cold tires in a car he wasn't familiar with and spinning out because of getting on full throttle to soon and before the corner straightened out more. Its a simple lack of talent.
True snap over steer is when under corner compression (usually near limit) a bump causes the change is suspension geometry and causes the rear tire to toe out excessively and around you go.
Ill tell you those volvos are mean drift machines! You can put any engine you want in them. And weight distrub(something, you understand) is 50-50 on the 240 wagon and 51-49 on the sedan.lol...was that a volvo station wagon at 1:55?
Looks like both of you have developed some bad habits: Early turn-in (cheating the turn-in), early apex, missed apex, not tracking out all the way, not unwinding or feeding power smoothly. Seems like your eyes are not far enough ahead as well.Ofc, he have never driven the car "hard" before and is used too 4wd.
And he didnt think of the heavy ass
This is me, and fyi the car was warm. Had some issues. Just testet and nothing serious time attack lap.
And my lsd is dead
You can hear he say "full gass", i dont think i have to translate it
Thats where he is used to floor it. So dont come with that lack of talent bs, i doubt any of us can get in a totally strange car and drive fast.
And spevially the mr2 that steps out hard.
Indeed.Good drivers definitely can get in a strange car and drive fast...