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      01-15-2013, 06:28 AM   #16
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Drives: E82 135i
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Surrey, England

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Sometimes during oversteer it's best to keep the power going, turn the wheel lightly in the opposite direction that the car is trying to make you spin in and hold it until the car starts to straighten. At this point lightly come off the power while still controllling the steering and the back end should fall back in line. At no point should you turn harshly in any direction, apply mountains of power or come off of the power abruptly; any of those will cause the car to either spin in the direction it wanted to or worse, flip the back end round the other way putting you into a nightmare fishtale where unless your'e lucky you're only a passenger in your own car praying there's nothing to hit.