Cornering too fast provokes drifts
It’s just inconvenient for us, because after the first right it goes uphill. A clean line would have been a better choice. So on the two following fast right-handers we try to keep up a lot of speed – which works well, because the rear tends to wedge out if you stab too quickly into the curve. If you let the car roll and accelerate early, you’ll only get a slight twitch in the rear of the car. In the tight left-hand bend that follows, we enjoy the incredibly communicative, because light front axle. The Steering behavior is of the very fine varietyonly those who accelerate too early after the crown will quickly smear the outside.